NYK Lynx Rescues Sailor in the Pacific Ocean

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On May 12, NYK Lynx, a containership operated by NYK Line, rescued one person from a sailing yacht in distress 260 nautical miles off the Galapagos Islands. The yacht had been adrift for two weeks after encountering trouble with the main engine.

On May 8, NYK Lynx set out from Callao, Peru, on a course toward Manzanillo, Mexico. But while sailing through the Pacific on May 11, the ship received an alert from a yacht.

NYK Lynx immediately set a course for the yacht — maintaining contact the entire way — and successfully rescued one person in good health in the early morning of May 12.

The sailor is due to disembark NYK Lynx at the port of Manzanillo on May 15.

-- About NYK Lynx

 

Captain:

Liviu Vasile

Flag:

Panama

Crew:

24   seafarers   of various nationalities

(Romanian,   Russian, Croatian, Filipino)     

Gross Tonnage:  

75,201 tons

Type of Vessel:

Containership

Ship management:

Columbia Shipmanagement Pte. Ltd.