Bulk carrier Portland Bay stricken off the coast south of Sydney, near the Royal National Park

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Bulk carrier Portland Bay stricken off the coast south of Sydney, near the Royal National Park” – below is their description.

It’s been a treacherous night for 21 crew onboard the stricken bulk carrier Portland Bay, which is located off Botany Bay. The ship lost power in its engine yesterday and three tugboats fought to keep it from smashing onto rocks.

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