NYK Vessel Rescues Four Fishermen off the Coast of Manila
Jun. 18, 2020
CSK Zephyr, a bulk carrier operated by NYK, rescued four fishermen whose boat had capsized in bad weather on June 12 (local time) off the coast of Manila.
While CSK Zephyr was sailing from Port Hedland, Australia, to Caofeidian, Tangshan in China, the vessel found four fishermen clinging to their boat. The master of CSK Zephyr immediately informed shore management, the Philippine Coast Guard, and the Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre, and the four men were brought on board. The rescued fishermen are in good health and have been transferred to a Philippine Coast Guard vessel.
About CSK Zephyr
Captain: Alvin T. Auditor
Gross Tonnage: 108,362 tons
Type of Vessel: Bulk carrier
Shipowner: Tai Chong Cheang Steamship Co. (Shanghai) Ltd.
Capsized fishing boat. Image by NYK Group.
During the rescue. Image by NYK Group.
Transfer to Philippine Coast Guard vessel. Image by NYK Group.
NYK Group, press release