MOL Bulker Rescues Two from Disabled Yacht

press release
Friday, June 08, 2012

MOL-operated Bulk Carrier Rescues 2 from Yacht adrift off Australia.
 
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today announced that the MOL-operated bulk carrier Yahagi Maru rescued two sailors from the yacht Mehitable, which was adrift at sea approximately 350km off Brisbane, Australia.On the morning of June 5 (local time), the Yagagi Maru, which was under way from Japan toward Newcastle, New South Wales, received an SOS from the Mehitable which was in distress about 40 miles away, they also received a request from the Australian coast guard at the same time. The Yahagi Maru immediately rushed to the site. At 14:40, the vessel rescued two people, and transferred them to the coast guard at 8:10 on Wednesday, June 6, off Brisbane.
 

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