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Tag: search and rescue

Research keeps on for 22 missing crew of Stellar Daisy

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Although the Uruguayan Navy expressed its very few hopes, research operations are continued for the 22 crew members of the cargo vessel "Stellar Daisy", after it has gone missing and believed to have sunk, on on March 31, off Uruguay. A research with eight ships and two aircrafts is underway by Maritime Rescue Coordination Center of Uruguay.

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Cargo vessel sinks off Uruguay

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Twenty-two crew members are missing, after a South Korean cargo vessel probably sank in the South Atlantic, off Uruguay. The "Stellar Daisy" has actually gone missing and is believed to have sunk, after a crew member sent a text message to their South Korean employer, informing that the ship was taking on water, on March 31st. Two sailors are saved.

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Code for search and rescue NGOs outlined in EU

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On Wednesday 29 March, CEO David Hammond spoke in the European Parliament to outline the new voluntary ‘Code of Conduct for Search and Rescue Operations undertaken by civil society Non-Governmental Organisations in the Mediterranean Sea’ and to urge European institutions to better support lawful humanitarian efforts by NGOs.

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New vessel tracking solution launched

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Orbcomm announced that it has collaborated with Pole Star and Weatherdock, to develop Hali, a Class B tri-mode vessel tracking solution, that ensures complete vessel visibility. Hali combines terrestrial and satellite AIS data capability, with two-way satellite M2M technology, to deliver reliable vessel location data to fleet owners and maritime authorities.

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Search started for two missing after collision off Barcelona

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The Maritime Safety Agency of Barcelona (Salvamento Maritimo) is conducting a research in Barcelona for the two missing crew members, after the collision occurred on March 20, between the fishing vessel El Fairell and the vessel Midvolga. As a result of the collision, the fishing boat sank, 3 miles from the port of Barcelona in a depth of 160 meters.

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