GALLERY

Salvage of mfv ‘scotch queen’

‘A former Scottish fishing boat the Scotch Queen, a vessel on the National Historic Ships Register, has been successfully salvaged in a weeklong operation near Turnaware Bar on the River Fal. The Scotch Queen had been laid up in the river for a long time when she suddenly sank overnight.’

source: Falmouth Packet

MFV ‘Scotch Queen’ ready to be lifted.

MFV ‘Scotch Queen’ after final lift and resting on KML’s floating crane.

MFV ‘Scotch Queen’ being raised.

Seawide’s ‘Swallow’ pushing against KML’s crane barge as it begins it’s tow back to Falmouth Wharves.

MFV ‘Scotch Queen’ being lifted whilst Seawide’s ‘Boy Brendan’ on standby with water pumps.

STRICKEN CARGO SHIP IN FALMOUTH BAY

‘A six man salvage team from Penryn-based KML and Seawide Services boarded the vessel to assist the crew.’ An underwater inspection was conducted by Seawide Services divers, which found significant bottom damage to the ship.

source: bbc.co.uk

One of our fast response vessels attending to the broken down ship off Wolf Rock.

STRICKEN CARGO SHIP IN FALMOUTH BAY

‘A six man salvage team from Penryn-based KML and Seawide Services boarded the vessel to assist the crew.’ An underwater inspection was conducted by Seawide Services divers, which found significant bottom damage to the ship.

source: bbc.co.uk

STORM EUNICE and

STORM SALVAGE

For the marine community in the South West of England, Storm Eunice posed significant risks, including uprooted trees and debris in waterways due to wind speeds exceeding 80mph. Boat owners were urged to secure vessels and avoid venturing out during the storm to ensure safety on the turbulent seas

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