An offshore ship sank in Nova Scotia putting in danger the lives of 31 seafarers onboard the scallop dragger. And now the US and Canada has jointly launched a rescue operation to save the seafarers in the heavy seas of the Atlantic
A miracle happened recently when a sailor survived 14hours in the Pacific Ocean without a life jacket. Apparently, shining debris kept him alive as he struggled to stay afloat.
It is a cry that not only strikes fear in the hearts of sailors around the world but also galvanizes them into action.
A Marshall Islands-flagged tanker transiting the Torres Strait this morning has helped rescue two people from the water after their boat sank.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has successfully coordinated the medical evacuation of a seafarer who sustained serious injuries during an onboard accident.
MOL announced that on September 22, the MOL-operated car carrier Primrose Ace rescued a castaway in Gulf of Thailand (about 30km off the west coast of Thailand).
Twelve crew members were rescued from a sinking a cargo vessel ‘MSV Krishna Sudama’ by the Indian Coast Guard, in the Arabian Sea off the Gujarat coast, officials said on Sunday.
ECSA and the ETF wrote to EU Vice President Margaritis Schinas and Commissioner Ylva Johansson, voicing their grave concern about the humanitarian crisis on board the oil tanker Maersk Etienne.
The incident comes after the migrants have been left stranded on the ship for over a month, following the responsible authorities’ failed attempt to find a solution to safely disembark them.