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Anet for Sheet Harbour.

Anet for Sheet Harbour.

the general cargo ship Anet spent 36 hours at anchorage, taking bunkers, and working in her holds. She sailed Tuesday Afternoon for Sheet harbour, apparently empty.

Part of the Wagenborg fleet, She was built in 2010, and is ice class 1A

Original article: Anet for Sheet Harbour..

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