Interesting story of this vessel: “The Slavutich-7 (UKR, 2241gt/86) seems to have had a remarkable story. On 12 September 2003, she was caught in a violent storm in the Black Sea when off the coast of Romania and some 50 miles north-east of Constanta. Her engines had failed and she was unable to avoid the storm that had been forecast. She drifted helplessly towards the Jupiter offshore oil platform but broke in two and sank before any damage was caused to oil installations. The incident was filmed from one of the oil platforms. With her bow section coming to rest eventually on the coast of Bulgaria and the stern towed to Constanta, it was not surprising that she was declared a total loss. It is astonishing to relate that, despite this, she was back in service by May 2004 [...].
Some reports suggest that she was repaired in the Ukraine but there is quite a story to be discovered about this ship. Transferred to the flag of Cyprus in July 2006, her new name of Lucky Sea seems very appropriate.”
Source: Russian Sea/River Ships – Bernard McCall