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SHIP NAME: World Harmony, Petar Zoranic, Tarsus KEY: NUM. ENTRIES: 3
source HOCKING
type L
volume Y
material
dead 52
link

The Greek tanker, World Harmony, bound for Novorossissk in ballast, collided with the Yugoslav tanker Petar Zoranic, loaded with benzene and petrol in the Bosphorus on Deember 14th, 1960. both ships caught fire and drifted on to the Turkish steamship, anchored near Istinye. All three ship were eventually destroyed by fire, with the total loss of 52 lives. Many of the survivors were badly burned.


source Bosporus Strait News
type L
volume 18000t
material
dead 20
link

December 14, 1960. Yugoslavian flagged M/T Petar Zoranic, carrying gasoline, collided with the Greek tanker M/T World Harmony at Kanlica Point. 20 ships officers and crew died, both masters included. 18,000 tons of oil spilled and caused pollution. Fire lasted for some weeks and suspended transit traffic. The Turkish vessel Tarsus collided into the Zornaic and burnet with it.

September 15,1964 Norwegian flagged vessel Norborn contacted the wreck of peter Zornaic at Kanlica Point. Fire broke out and oil spilled.


source CTX
type D
volume 18000t
material
dead 52
link

We know pretty much nothing about this killer casualty. Conflicting data. Assuming Harmony wsa in ballast and all the spill was from the Zornaic.