Storm On The Sea Of Japan. Car Washes Car Actually In The Sea! VIDEO STORM!

A total of 64 cars were on board the cargo ship Astongate coming from Toyama, Japan, Vladivostok, Russia. After the storm hit the ship - 52 of them were at the bottom of the sea. Anyone who bought these cars signed a document saying that the cargo on the ship will be transported at your own risk. The motor ship «Astongate» under the flag of Cambodia was from the Japanese port of Toyama to Vladivostok with a load of cars on board. February 1 exactly halfway ship caught in a heavy storm: the waves rose to 10.08 meters, and the wind just knocked down. On deck were reinforced 64 cars - mikrogruzoviki and light vehicles, purchased at Japanese auctions. At the next gust of wind machines was to demolish the sea: prolamyvayas deck guard rails, cars rushed into the water. In the end, 52 cars were on the bottom of the sea, and 12 severely broken "reached" the same to Vladivostok. February 3rd ship moored in the regional capital. - The vessel had a crew of 18 Russian sailors. Fortunately, during a storm none of them was hurt, - said Alexander Jars, Captain seaport of Vladivostok. - All machines that are transported in the hold, survived. Now we have to detain the vessel at the port, as it has suffered damage: destroyed about 70 meters of guard rails on both sides. While the ship is not repaired, the port it will not work. The most interesting is that the owner of the cargo prefers to keep quiet. If cars were insured, within 14 days, he had to file the marine protest - then the situation would be reviewed and may be paid the insurance. - But no one protested did not address. Once the vessel leaves the port will be too late - says Alexander pitcher. - Most likely, the cars were not insured, so the owner prefers not to bother. According to experienced sailors, loads of cars from Japan often go without insurance - businessmen save them, making out only those documents that are needed for customs. And to put cars on the decks of ships - not safe. In such cases, the owner signs a document that sends machine "at your own risk." - By the way, the captain of the ship knew of the coming storm, but the rate has not changed, - says Alexander pitcher. - Do not take a genius to figure out why he did it. And indeed, businessmen often neglecting safety, hurry up captains, not wanting to lose the profits from the sale of vehicles that are waiting for customers.

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