A Finnish ferry is taken off the shore of Holland

At the Holland or Åland Islands, it was taken off the ground on Sunday Finland ferry with 429 people, said the Finnish Coast Guard.

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The ferry “Viking Grace” has entered the port of Mariehamn, the capital of Holland, where it is planned to evacuate people from it.

It has already been reported that the Finnish company Viking Line’s Viking Grace ferry, with 331 passengers and 98 crew members, was on its way from Turku in Finland to Stockholm and was scheduled to call in the Netherlands, ran aground at the Finnish archipelago on Saturday.

There are no reports of any casualties in the incident.

Viking Grace, built in Finland in 2013, can accommodate 2,800 passengers.

This is the second accident of its kind to hit the Viking Line ferry recently. On September 20, on the way from Turku to Stockholm, the company’s ferry “Amorella” with 200 passengers and 80 crew members ran aground in the same area. People did not suffer in the incident.

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