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August 13, 2018
20:26

Aquarius receives a third distress alert broadcasted to all ships in the area for the same boat as previous day

SAR Operations > Valletta (2018.08.09-15)

Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships in the area for the…

Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships in the area for the same case as the previous day. It alerts to a rubber boat in distress in unknown position with about 150 persons on board, departed from Al Khoms (Libya), at 22:00 on August 11th. The distress alert requests all ships in the area to keep a sharp look out and to inform “the responsible rescue coordination centre according the search and rescue region”: JRCC Libya, Interim Libyan MRCC Operating 24h, Libyan Navy/Coast Guard, RCC Malta, MRCC Tunis, IMRCC Rome in case of sighting.

 

 

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16:38

Aquarius receives a second distress alert broadcasted to all ships in the area for the same boat as previous day

SAR Operations > Valletta (2018.08.09-15)

Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships in the area for the…

Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships in the area for the same case as the previous day. It alerts to a rubber boat in distress in unknown position with about 150 persons on board, departed from Al Khoms (Libya), at 22:00 on August 11th. The distress alert requests all ships in the area to keep a sharp look out and to inform “the responsible rescue coordination centre according the search and rescue region”: JRCC Libya, Interim Libyan MRCC Operating 24h, Libyan Navy/Coast Guard, RCC Malta, MRCC Tunis, IMRCC Rome in case of sighting.

 

 

 

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August 12, 2018
19:27

Aquarius receives a distress alert broadcasted to all ships in the area via INMARSAT

SAR Operations > Valletta (2018.08.09-15)

As it resumes sailing North, Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships…

As it resumes sailing North, Aquarius receives from ITMRCC a telex distress alert broadcasted on INMARSAT to all ships in the area. It alerts to a rubber boat in distress in unknown position with about 150 persons on board departed from Al Khoms (Libya), at 22:00 the day before. The distress alert requests all ships in the area to keep a sharp look out and to inform “the responsible rescue coordination centre according the search and rescue region”: JRCC Libya, Interim Libyan MRCC Operating 24h, Libyan Navy/Coast Guard, RCC Malta, MRCC Tunis, IMRCC Rome in case of sighting.

 

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June 10, 2018
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