Detaining a freighter for a 3-hour check can waste five hours
Monday, August 6, 2018

Detaining a freighter for a 3-hour check can waste five hours

Detaining a freighter for a 3-hour check can waste five hours, writes Andrei Klimenko, editor-in-chief of BlackSeaNews portal. He writes: “A ship weighs tens of thousands of tons. To brake, it needs from 30 minutes to one hour — and then again time to regain cruising speed. So, generally, 4-5 hours are lost.”

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