- 15 out of 18 crew members recovered from Service provider Vessel SUVARI H.
- SUVARI H was crusing from Kandla, India to Bossano, Somalia.
- Seek for remaining crew members underway by Pak Navy and PMSA.
The Pakistan Navy and the Pakistan Maritime Safety Company (PMSA) on Thursday rescued fifteen out of eighteen stranded crew members of a service provider vessel, the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned in an announcement. The operation was performed south of Karachi.
In response to the assertion, Service provider Vessel (MV) SUVARI H had sailed from Kandla, India for Bossano, Somalia. The vessel was stranded with 18 crew members on board at roughly 180 nautical miles south of Karachi.
Pakistan Navy and PMSA despatched ships and plane to help the stranded service provider vessel.
Per the assertion, Pakistan Navy and PMSA dropped life rafts to help the stranded crew and coordinated their restoration to the close by service provider Vessel MT ELAN VITAL.
A complete of fifteen crew members have been recovered and three are nonetheless lacking. Pakistan Navy and PMSA are persevering with their efforts to look and rescue the remaining crew members, the assertion added.
Pakistan Navy, a coordinator of NAVAREA IX (Navigational Warning Service), is all the time fast to render help and help to the delivery neighborhood and vessels inside misery at sea, reported ISPR.