Britannica Hav could be broken up in Le Havre

The wrecked, but now upright, hull of general cargo ship Britannica Hav (IMO 8506440) was towed away from the Osaka Quay in Le Havre during the evening of April 9th. The ship was pulled through the François Ier lock to the Chantiers Gardet and Bezenac, which indicated the wreck could be broken up there, reported Mer et Maritime. Taklift 4, which had been called from Norway, turned Britannica Hav upright on April 7th in less than an hour. 1985-built, Malta-flagged, 1,521 gt Britannica Hav is owned by Hav Bulk AS of Raadal, Norway, and managed by Hav Shipmanagement Norrus AS of Kaliningrad, Russia. It is entered with Gard P&I Club (Bermuda) on behalf of Hav Bulk AS.