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Panama focuses on course deviation for wi-fi access before Wakashio grounding

The Panama Maritime Authority has issued a preliminary statement about the progress it has made in trying to find out what caused the capesize vessel Wakashio to ground on a coral reef in Mauritius at the end of July

Panama Maritime Authority’s preliminary investigation into the grounding of the bulker vessel Wakashio off Mauritius says it deviated from its course to pick up an internet connection relating to an on board celebration. The Panama authorities say the statement is ‘not designed to apportion blame’

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