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The Malaviya Twenty returns to port 

4th April 2018
Rev Peter Paine reports
photos:  Colin Wooden

 
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The Malaviya Twenty was taken out into the Outer Harbour for a reason I do not know. While in there, the “Beast from the East” came and the ship and crew (along with members from Peel Port) had a horrendous time breaking line and not being able to get ashore
 


  
It was agreed that the vessel would be brought back into the safety of the river, but to put her on a “secure” berth.  Our thanks go to Peel Ports for supplying some fuel for the vessel
  
The crew at this time are just about coping both mentality and physically.  The crew have done nothing wrong and are on board because if they leave they could lose their wages they are owed
  
Companies are owed money when the vessel is sold and this is the main problem at this time
  
As Port Chaplain, all I want to see is for the crew to be paid and sent home.  We are working with all parties to bring this to an end

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M20 03-2018Cplease click here to view previous articles regarding this vessel:

20/02/2018
02/02/2018
16/01/2018
17/12/2017
08/12/2017
22/02/2017
22/01/2017
18/01/2016
24/12/2016
21/12/2016


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