first_imgzoom At least 30 crew members were saved after a 1974-built vehicle ferry MV Suilven sank off the coast of Suva, Fiji, this afternoon, according to local media.MV Suilven, operated by Suva-based shipping company Venu Shipping, started listing before it reached its destination in Suva.The New Zealand-flagged vessel was operated by Caledonian MacBrayne for 21 years, after which it was sold to Venu Shipping and turned into a cargo boat.As reported by Fiji TV, up to 34 crew members were rescued by nearby vessels.The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji is currently investigating the case.World Maritime News Staff, Image: CalMaclast_img

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