The family members of the missing mariners from the Gulf Livestock 1 had funded a private search team, but it has been called off.
Family members of mariners from the Gulf Livestock 1 are offering a hefty award for information that leads them to their loved ones. They just want to find their family- dead or alive.
Authorities are still receiving appeals from the families of 36 Filipino seafarers who went missing almost two months ago when their ship capsized off Japan.
On the request of Philippine’s Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III, the Chinese Coast Guard conducted a search and rescue mission for two days in the Japan waters.
On the request of bereaved families Silvestre Bello III, DOLE Secretary last week sent letters to the embassies of Korea, China, and Taiwan to help in the search and rescue mission of 36 seafarers of cattle ship Gulf Livestock 1, which capsized in the south Japan sea.
We have not forgotten them. Hence, we are making a direct and strong appeal to the shipowner GULF NAVIGATION HOLDING to resume the searching and support their respective families in every possible way.
The wife of one of the Filipino seafarers onboard the cargo ship- Gulf Livestock 1, that sank in waters of Japan is pleading for government’s help.
Three weeks after 40 seafarers vanished at sea when a typhoon destroyed their ship, not knowing is tearing their loved ones apart, says international maritime charity Sailors’ Society.
Panama’s inquiry into the loss in the South China Sea of the Gulf Livestock 1 is receiving assistance from the New Zealand Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC).
The recent spate of grim casualties cannot simply be written off as bad luck, says Seafarers’ Rights International (SRI), the international pan-industry body researching maritime and seafarers’ law.