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SHIP NAME: Sten Odin KEY: NUM. ENTRIES: 3
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STEN ODIN (Norway IR, 8594gt) bound Kalundborg was adrift west of Scotland due to engine failure. The roller guide housing for main engine actuator was damaged, 5-Dec-2006.


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Maritime And Coastguard Agency (Scotland) Coastguard tug Anglian Sovereign sent to standby disabled ship - Update The Coastguard Tug Anglian Sovereign is now escorting a tanker Sten Odin who has now fixed their mechanical problem. They had broken down 14 miles west of Tiree. The Norwegian registered vessel, which has sixteen crew on board was drifting in a north easterly direction at a rate of 1.7 knots. It is in ballast on passage to Kalundborg in Denmark. The weather in the area at the moment is South Westerly Force 5, good visibility with a moderate to rough sea. Stornoway Coastguard are continuing to monitor the vessel using their AIS (Automatic Identification System). Murdo Macaulay, Watch Manager, Stornoway Coastguard said: "The vessel has now effected repairs and is continuing its passage to Denmark. The Coastguard Tug Anglian Sovereign will escort the tanker as they go through the Minch channel."


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Same ship had a major machinery failure 2005-11-09 in almost the same place.