Gamsunoro, Indonesian Oil Ship Survived by the Houthi in Red Sea -

Gamsunoro, Indonesian Oil Ship Survived by the Houthi in Red Sea - Get to know Gamsunoro, an Indonesian oil ship that managed to escape from the Houthis and sail in the Red Sea.

The Houthis are going viral because they are one of the powerful groups from Yemen that has succeeded in making the United States and England upset recently.

This group's resistance to the United States some time ago made the Red Sea one of the tense arenas in the world.

However, ship tracking data stated that two tankers that had deviated from the Red Sea had reversed course and managed to pass through the Bab al-Mandab Strait, one of which was from Indonesia.

According to the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) and ship tracking company Kpler, the return of the two ships came almost a week after the United States (US) and Britain launched attacks on the Houthis in Yemen.

The two Aframax tankers that successfully passed Bab al-Mandab were the Indonesian-flagged Gamsunoro and the Marshall Islands-flagged Free Spirit, on January 17.

According to data, the two tankers were carrying heavy fuel and last stopped in Fujairah, one of the largest fuel oil centers in the world, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Gamsunoro managed to escape from the Houthis because he gave a signal to Yemen before entering the area which had become an arena of tension between the Houthis, Britain and the US.

Getting to know Gamsunoro
Gamsunoro is a Crude Oil Tanker that was built in 2014 (10 years ago) and sails under the Indonesian flag.

Its carrying capacity is 105638 t DWT and its current draft is reported to be 8.2 meters. Its overall length (LOA) is 228.6 meters and its width is 42 meters.

Ship Type: Tanker
Special Type: Crude Oil Tanker
IMO: 9677313
MMSI: 525008093
DWT: 105638
Year Built: 2014
Management Company: N/A
Flag: ID
Engine Type: Mitsui Engineering | Motorbike | 6s60mc-c
GT: 57174
Length: 228.6 meters
Width: 42 meters

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