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On Monday 01 August the tugs Smit Amandla and Smit Siyanda put a line on the Phoenix, aground at Sheffield Beach near Durban. They managed to pull her around a fair amount before the line parted. An attempt to get her off the beach was made at high tide yesterday, but again the line parted. Another attempt will be made tonight - Wednesday 03 August. Good luck Smit!
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