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SHIP NAME: Cabo Pilar KEY: NUM. ENTRIES: 4
source USCG
type C
volume 40,900B
material ENAP crude
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link http://www.incidentnews.gov/incident/6504

On October 8, 1987, the Cabo Pilar grounded in the Magellan Strait, while en-route from Clarencia-Gregorio to San Vincente, Chile. Approximately 40,900 bbs of ENAP crude was spilled into the Strait off Punta Davis. Dispersants and manual methods were used in clean up operations. The Cabo Pilar was refloated on November 3, and continued on its voyage.


source ETC
type D
volume 34,571B
material
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Says 34,571 bbls, says date was 1989-10-07.


source ERC
type D
volume 2,058,000G
material
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Grounding.


source CTX
type D
volume
material
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Volume reports range from about 5,000 tons to 7700 tons.

Ship was an Ore/oiler so had a double bottom.