Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Nice save

U.S. Coast Guard responders in Kodiak this morning helped save the 42-foot seiner Hail Mary, which was aground and taking on water in Womens Bay near the Coast Guard base. Guardsmen and the four-man seiner crew managed to plug a hole and used a dewatering pump to refloat the boat in about an hour. "The fishing vessel crew used their own skiff to tow the Hail Mary to the dock at Alaska Pacific Seafoods in Kodiak City, arriving at 12:48 p.m.," a Coast Guard press release said. USCG Seamen Grant DeVuyst photo

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now thats a nice place to break down - infront of the Coast Guard Base

Mary said...

I like the positive tone to your report. The boat has had lots of great support from the CG and the fishermen who rallied around and did what needed to be done.