MOL LNG Carrier Rescues Drifting Fishermen
- Three Castaways Rescued Safely off Indonesia -
October 08, 2014
TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today announced that on October 6, 2014, the MOL-operated/managed LNG carrier Senshu Maru founded drifting castaways in the Celebes Sea off Indonesia, and was able to safely rescue three Indonesian fishermen.
The rescue went as follows:
- At 14:15 (all times were in Japan time) on October 6, 2014, the Senshu Maru, sailing from the port of Bontang, Indonesia, to the port of Sakai-Senboku in Osaka, Japan, found drifting fishermen – their fishing boat was hit by the wave and sunk, and immediately began the rescue operations.
- At 15:04 of the same day, three drifting fishermen were rescued.
- At 12:00 on October 7, 2014, the members were turned over to the Indonesian Rescue Coordination Center.
[ Outline of Senshu Maru ]
|Gross tonnage||: 103,022 MT|
|Crew||: 5 Croatians, 1 Indian, 1 Romanian, 26 Indonesians|