Efforts to re-float a car carrier which was deliberately stranded on a sandbank will not take place tomorrow after salvage experts said the vessel had taken on more water than previously thought.
The 51,000-tonne Hoegh Osaka was grounded between Southampton and the Isle of Wight on Saturday after it set sail from the Hampshire port
The vessel, which has a cargo of 1,400 cars and 80 pieces of construction equipment, began to list as it left the port, forcing the captain and the pilot to beach it on a sandbank to stop it capsizing.
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