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On the night of September 25 to 26, while in transit to Guyana from the Canary Islands, the Bourbon Rhode tug and its 14 crew members were hit by the hurricane Lorenzo with exceptional force, generating more than 10-metre waves and winds of over 60 knots, and …
Bourbon Rhode Sinks in Atlantic Ocean; Three Rescued – Update
Read also Two Ukrainians rescued from missing Bourbon Rhode offshore tug – Ukraines MFA "It has been confirmed that the vessel has sunk. The search continues," France-based Bourbon Offshore said in a statement, as reported by Gcaptain.com on September 28.. Three crew members from the offshore tug (including two Ukrainian citizens) have been rescued from a liferaft in the Atlantic Ocean.
Bourbon Rhode Confirmed Sunk - The Maritime Executive
BOURBON RHODE current position is 24.53768 N / 20.99993 W on Sep 19, 2019 23:30 UTC.Vessel BOURBON RHODE (IMO: 9356359, MMSI: 253672000) is a Offshore Tug/Supply Ship built in 2006 and currently sailing under the flag of St Vincent & Grenadines.
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On September 26th 2019 the Ship Bourbon Rhode with 14 Crew members sunk in the Atlantic. The Search and Rescue Mission lasted only 7 days, during which time bodies of 4 seafarers were found (God bless their soles), and 3 seafarers were found alive in a life raft.
Fourth Body Recovered in Atlantic Ocean After Boat Sinks
Bourbon has released a statement saying: “The search for tug supply vessel Bourbon Rhode continues with the full support of Cross AG (Regional Operational Center of Surveillance and Rescue) and
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The Luxembourg-flagged Bourbon Rhode – crewed by 14 Ukrainian, Russian, South African, Filipino and Croatian seafarers – sank on September 26 after it was hit by the category 4 hurricane
Unions Demand that Bourbon Rhode Search Continues
The Bourbon Rhode floundered in 110 mile per hour winds and 40–foot waves as sea water began filling the engine room. The crew issued a distress signal. The crew issued a distress signal. That call came into the Maritime Rescue Coordination Center at Fort de France in Martinique where Phillipe Bricquer is …
Bourbon Rhode sinking: Bourbon confirms death of one crewbourbon rhode
The owner of the Bourbon Rhode, a ship with Ukrainians aboard that sank in the Atlantic Ocean in late September, has promised not to stop the search and rescue operation and to provide full support to the families of the rescued, deceased and missing sailors, most of them Ukrainians. — Ukrinform.