AHTS Capsizes

Friday, April 13, 2007
Bourbon Offshore Norway, a subsidiary of BOURBON, has been informed by Shetland Coastguards that the Anchor Handling Tug Supply Bourbon Dolphin has capsized.

Bourbon Dolphin was on operation 75 nautical miles North, West Shetland Islands with 15 people on board. According to Neville Davis, Rescue Coordination Center Manager, Shetland coastguards: “So far, 10 persons have been recovered. We will continue working with the assets available to try and locate the missing crew”.

The company emergency response team in Norway, supported by BOURBON emergency management team in Marseilles is, according to plans, assessing the different available information.

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