Leak Of ‘Carbon Build Up’ From Ferry’s Exhaust

September 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

After a report of a “possible pollution” on September 9th, it was confirmed that the leak was carbon build up from the ferry’s exhaust and the ferry was “taken out of service to enable technical repairs.”

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Center spokesperson said, “Bermuda Radio received a report of a possible pollution report, from the Government fast ferry Cecil Smith located alongside in St. Georges Harbour. Department of Conservation services along with the Harbour Master were notified.

“After prompt investigation and support from the Pilot Boat St David & fisheries section on Protector, it was confirmed that the leak was carbon build up from the ferries exhaust.

“The substance dissipated without further action being required, and the ferry was subsequently taken out of service to enable technical repairs.”

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