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Investigation launched into sunken Maersk vessels

The Accident Investigation Board Denmark has launched an official investigation into the two Maersk Supply Service vessels which sank off the coast of France shortly before Christmas.

Maersk Searcher is an AHTS vessel with a capacity of 3,500 dwt. The vessel sank along with Maersk Shipper in December.

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