Christos XXII was saved from sinking in Torbay. Photo courtesy Lekko

Eight crew members were rescued from the Greek registered tug Christos XXII on 13 January after it was damaged by the ship it was towing whilst trying to anchor a mile off Hope''s Nose in Torbay UK. Two lifeboats, two naval ships and the tug MTS Vulcan responded immediately and ...

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