A 140-foot offshore vessel Carmen sank near the Albacora oil field in Brazil’s Campos Basin region.
The vessel first started listing and then eventually sank. All 18 crew members were rescued from the vessel’s life rafts after the master ordered abandon the vessel to the crew.
Before the accident, the offshore vessel was conducting Bathymetric survey. According to reports, the offshore vessel on contract with Petrobras.
There are no reports of injury or pollution in the area.
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