The Gulf Animals 1 freight vessel cruises through Port Phillip heading into Bass Strait in Australia in April2019 Japanese rescuers were searching Thursday for the livestock ship bring more than 40 crew members and thousands of animals.
The Gulf Livestock 1 cargo vessel sails through Port Phillip heading into Bass Strait in Australia in April2019 Japanese rescuers were browsing Thursday for the livestock ship bring more than 40 crew members and thousands of animals.
A ship carrying more than 40 team members and some 6,000 head of livestock has actually disappeared off the coast of Japan after capsizing in typhoon-lashed seas, according to a team member who up until now is the only recognized survivor.
The Gulf Animals 1, en path from New Zealand to China, provided a distress call early Wednesday from a position west of Japan’s Amami Oshima island.
The mayday call, to which the Japanese coast guard reacted, was sent as Tropical cyclone Maysak was tracking through the area as an effective Classification 4 storm.
Animals carrier goes missing out on in the East China Sea
The GULF ANIMALS 1 has vanished, probably hit by high waves & strong winds triggered by tropical cyclone #MAYSAK, our data shows. The look for the livestock carrier in load started as issue for the safety of 43 crew onboard increases pic.twitter.com/6H3yGOkUqr
— MarineTraffic (@MarineTraffic) September 2, 2020
The 450- foot livestock provider, constructed in 2002, had a team of 43, of which 39 are from the Philippines, 2 from New Zealand and two from Australia, the Japanese coast guard said.
Gulf Animals 1 was bring 5,867 head of cattle from Napier, New Zealand, to Jingtang in Tangshan, China, according to New Zealand’s foreign ministry, Reuters reported.
The ministry “wants to comprehend what occurred on the cruising of the Gulf Livestock 1,” a representative was estimated as stating by the New Zealand Herald