The crew of a cargo ship deliberately grounded to save it from capsizing have been praised for their "great skill".
Ingar Skiaker, chief executive of Hoegh Autoliners which owns the vessel, said no oil had leaked from the vessel and preventing any environmental impact was his key priority.
It could take a week to remove the ship, which was carrying 1,400 cars.
Mr Skiaker said he was starting at immediate investigation but at this stage it was too early to investigate what caused the boat to list shortly after it left port.
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