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A private business company in Kiribati JMR Group has confirmed the arrival of its new ship MV Nivaga which it bought from Tuvalu.
A statement from the group’s Coral Sea Shipping Line says the ship is being sailed by eight I-Kiribati crew who flew aboard the Coral Sun Airways aircraft a few weeks ago to Funafuti to sail the ship to Kiribati.
It says the ship is also carrying with her five passengers from Tuvalu and will be serving the people of Kiribati in the Gilbert, Line and Phoenix Group.
Upon arrival, the name of the ship could also be changed from its current name to Coral Sea number 3.
JMR Group now has three ships in total namely the Coral Sea number 1, Coral Sea number 2 and Nivaga 2
SOURCE: RADIO KIRIBATI/PACNEWS
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