The 2017-built fishing vessel Seikongen has ended its sailing career too soon as the vessel sank off the port of Chonchi, Chile on October 18.Seikongen’s master reported that the ship was taking on water in the morning hours while it was south of the Yal Canal, according to data provided by the Chilean Navy.The navy said it sent four vessels in an effort to prevent water pollution in the area, adding that anti-pollution equipment was also deployed at the site.El Subcentro de Combate a la Contaminación de la #Armada en #Castro desplegó elementos de contención y recuperación de sustancias oleosas pic.twitter.com/2RwBZLwxee— Armada de Chile (@Armada_Chile) October 18, 2017At the time of the incident, there were 11 crew members aboard the 70-meter-long fishing vessel, all of whom were evacuated from the ship and were brought to safety, the navy confirmed.Relevant authorities have been assigned to investigate the cause of the sinking.World Maritime News Staff; Image/Video Courtesy: Chilean Navy </p><p>World Maritime News Staff; Image/Video Courtesy: Chilean Navy
RelatedPosts Italy introduces compulsory virus testing for travellers from France Nigeria records new COVID-19 infections, more deaths as figures rise to 57,242 I was in best of forms before Tokyo Paralympics was postponed — Powerlifter Ejike Cristiano Ronaldo has unveiled his latest off-field project with health club chain Crunch – and shared a seven-step workout with his social media followers to kickstart the partnership.The Juventus superstar fronts a fitness-based “new gym concept” with the US-based company, and had originally teased the concept on Friday. And with a joint announcement alongside CR7 Crunch Fitness, Ronaldo virtually guided fitness fanatics through seven workouts to help them stay in shape during the coronavirus lockdown.Ronaldo had initially collaborated with Crunch in 2017 to open a new gym in the Cuidad Lineal district of Madrid, and had been in attendance to share the secret behind his ripped physique.The 35-year-old revealed he usually trained “four or five times a week with 200 or 300 sit-ups” and has once again joined forces with Crunch to keep his followers active despite the lack of football.An official website has been created for the partnership, with more details expected to follow after Ronaldo’s first update on Saturday.Ronaldo recently urged people to keep busy by inviting fans to take part in a core strength challenge. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid talisman as part of Nike’s Living Room Initiative, performed a toe touch-style ab exercise and recorded an impressive 142 repetitions in 45 seconds.But his return to the training field has been place on hold for two weeks, with Ronaldo having to spend a fortnight in quarantine before gearing up for the return of Serie A.Ronaldo returned to Italy on Monday, but must isolate and adhere to the Italian authorities’ measures concerning the ongoing pandemic.After the Italian top flight was suspended, Ronaldo temporarily relocated to his home island of Madeira and regularly posted fitness updates on his social media platforms.— Tags: CoronavirusCR7 Crunch FitnessCristiano Ronaldo
GO UP AND GET IT 🙌#NationalChampionship pic.twitter.com/14oqz7Bu2G— ESPN (@espn) January 14, 2020There’s just no way he’ll be able to run an offense with baby hands like those.Joe Burrow has thrown 7 TD passes, tied for the most ever in a bowl game. … It’s halftime. #CFBPlayoff pic.twitter.com/AZcs1lbHSD— ESPN (@espn) December 28, 2019And he won’t be able to avoid pressure when he’s constantly dropping the ball.It got called back, but this was an unreal first play from Joe Burrow 🤭 pic.twitter.com/jcBukmbilW— ESPN (@espn) January 14, 2020Oh wait, he’ll probably be just fine and be a longtime starting quarterback for many years. After all, size isn’t everything. Well, it was a great run, but it looks like Heisman-winner and No. 1-pick-to-be Joe Burrow might call it quits following the release of his hand measurements at the 2020 NFL Combine on Monday.Following the results and some criticism, Burrow joked about an early retirement. Considering retirement after I was informed the football will be slipping out of my tiny hands. Please keep me in your thoughts.— Joey Burrow (@Joe_Burrow10) February 24, 2020MORE: No, Joe Burrow’s hand size won’t keep him away from Bengals in 2020 NFL DraftWe’ve got to “hand” it to him — Burrow really handled this devastating news as well as anyone possibly could.In all seriousness, Burrow’s hands may be tied for the smallest of any first-round quarterback since 2008, but it’s clear that he’s still one of the best quarterback prospects of the last decade.It really is a shame that Burrow’s hands are only 9 inches wide, he won’t be able to make throws like this.