Kuzma Minin, a 16,000 tonne Russian cargo ship, has been successfully refloated.
A major incident had been declared after the 180-metre-long vessel ran aground off the coast of Cornwall.
At around 5 am this morning, the bulk carrier became stranded off Gyllyngvase Beach near Falmouth.
Multiple agencies worked to finally free the ship just after 2pm on Tuesday 18th December.
The Kuzma Minin has been taken to Falmouth Bay to anchor so that it can be inspected.
There were 18 Russian crew onboard and there were no reports of any injuries or fuel spillages.
What do we know about the ship?
- It weighs 16,000-tonnes and runs 180 metres long
- The single deck ship was built in 1980
- Registered as a cargo vessel under the Russian flag
- It delivers cargo around northern Europe
- Her home port is Murmansk, one of the primary shipping companies in northern Europe and Russia
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