Wed, 12 Sep 2012 7:16a.m.
All 43 crew members of a burning fishing boat have abandoned ship and been transferred to two other fishing vessels.
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15/09/2012 3:54:38 p.m.
Rina Hodgson wrote:
Well done captain Chris Patrick,Very proud of you
12/09/2012 1:43:52 p.m.
Kathryn Marshall wrote:
We are so pleased to hear you are all safely off. Well done Chris Patrick.We had confidence in a company as large and as well resourced as Talleys to be able to do the best by all on board, in this situation. Thanks Talleys.
12/09/2012 12:58:36 p.m.
So does anyone know whats happened to the ship now.Is it just floating around out there ready to sink?I hope this is not going to break up like the Rena did and spill oil and fuel into our nice waters.Hopefully they can keep it contained.
12/09/2012 12:31:22 p.m.
Glad to hear everyone is safe, my brother was on it. Can't wait to see him!
12/09/2012 12:21:05 p.m.
A real tradegy.A beautiful boat. Good company, good boats and top staff. Talleys will be genuinely gutted about this. They are often first on the scene when someone else needs help. Good to see other fishers stepping up to help.
12/09/2012 11:42:43 a.m.
Is there any chance of oil pollution? and what has been done about it?
12/09/2012 11:35:30 a.m.
Elizabeth Adams wrote:
All the best and hope all turns out well for all. All that were on board would have done the best they could. And we cant ask for more. I just hope the rest get off safely and she makes her way safe to Lytton
12/09/2012 10:06:07 a.m.
Daren Coulston wrote:
Congratulations to the outstanding professionalism of the crew for getting off the vessel with no loss of life in difficult conditions.
12/09/2012 10:03:57 a.m.
What a shame, from what I have seen this ship and Talleys are an example of how fishing should be done in a way that is best for New Zealand.
12/09/2012 9:14:59 a.m.
Amee Lewis wrote:
Hope all the guys and girls get off safe xx
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