MSA Cites Weather as Cause of NZ Casualty

Tuesday, April 08, 2003
The New Zealand Maritime Safety Authority (MSA) sites weather as the major cause of the February 7, 2002 casualty involving the Jody F Millennium, according to an accident report released today. The investigation also revealed serious deficiencies in the management and operation of Port Gisborne and the conduct of the master and pilot.
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