[Anchor Lead]Once all the ballast water and remaining oil are removed from the Sewol ferry, it will be transported to Mokpo New Port. Here's more on the transportation route the Sewol ferry will have to take in coming days.[Pkg]The route to the final destination of the Sewol ferry passes through numerous islets and a complex coastline. The semi-submersible ship carrying the ferry will sail around the islets before heading to land. A pilot will join the ship in waters off Buldo Island. The pilot will guide the large semi-submersible ship measuring more than 210m in length through narrow ocean passages. The ship will then pass by Jangsando and Sihado islands, and sail northward through a narrow passage between Dallido Island and Maewol-ri to reach Mokpo Newport. The ship will sail slowly in relatively calm waters at 8 kilometers an hour. This is because the condition of the Sewol ferry has deteriorated after three years in water, and the ship could be damaged if it shakes during transportation.[Soundbite] Jang Chang-doo(Honorary Professor, Seoul Nat'l Univ.) : "The passenger cabins may become partially damaged by shaking."The company operating the semi-submersible ship has experience in transporting structures even heavier and larger than the Sewol ferry around complex coastlines.[Soundbite] Lee Chul-jo(Manager of Sewol Ferry Salvage Team/Mar. 25) : "This semi-submersible ship guarantees safety and mobility."The distance between the site of the Sewol ferry tragedy and Mokpo Newport is 87 kilometers.The Sewol ferry is about to begin its final journey that will last about ten hours.