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Owners of the Hoegh Osaka carship say most of the vehicles on board the vessel are able to be driven off, with relatively few damaged by water ingestion.
Automakers involved with the salvage of 1,400 vehicles in the Hoegh Osaka are "anxious" to discover the fate of their models in the formerly stricken ship, which has now moored alongside berth 101 in the Port of Southampton says the vessel owner.
Hoegh Autoliners says its giant Osaka carship is on the move and could even arrive back in the Port of Southampton by 17:00 local today (22 January).
Rapidly reducing list on the Hoegh Osaka could see the giant carship towed back into the Port of Southampton tomorrow afternoon (22 January), although unpredictable weather may yet delay her entry.
UK coastguards say it is unlikely the Hoegh Osaka carliner will be moved from its anchorage near the South coast port of Southampton tonight (21 January), although the severe list angle continues to be reduced.
Salvers working on the Hoegh Osaka say they are hoping to raise the listing ship by a further 10 degrees today (20 January) as preparations start for a possible tow back to the Port of Southampton at high tide tomorrow night.
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