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The operation of the ferry to Sakhalin was interrupted due to a cyclone
The Kholmsk-Vanino crossing stopped work while the cyclone was passing. There is a storm in the Tatar Strait, ferries are waiting out bad weather.
According to INTERFAX-DALNIY VOSTOK, all three ferries operating on the line are now in the port of Vanino. If the “weather window” permits, the Sakhalin-9 vessel will leave for Kholmsk and back on January 28.
The ferry is planned to be fully restored on February 1. Until that time, a cyclone from the Sea of Japan is expected on Sakhalin: there will be heavy snow and a blizzard on the mainland and on the island.