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 Gordon Jensen  (Fishing Vessel > Fish Factory Ship)
vor 2 Std von Timsen

Aluminium vessel smashed between two ships
On July 14, 2018, the f/v "Kristi" lost power at Clak'S Pt. in the Bristol Bay in Alakska, and the tide pushed it between two much larger ships, the "Sohoh" and "Gordon Jensen" where it lodged on a Yokohama fender. The "Kristi" sank, and the captain and crew escaped with seconds to spare. Shortly after midnight the "Kristi" lost power. The tide was coming in, and the boat floated in the current at 5 knots. While its skipper Jan Medhaug and deckhand Kyle Brojakowski worked to restore power to the 32-foot aluminum drift boat, Medhaug’s wife, Kayla Breeden went to the stern to hang a protective buoy. She could see two large ships. The "Sohoh" was anchored about 15 feet from the "Gordon Jensen". About 10 seconds after Breeden hung the buoy, the "Kristi" struck the "Gordon Jensen" and ended up getting jammed between the two vessels, pushed up against their Yokohama fender that was between the two of them and started to violently smash between the two vessels. The fender pinned the "Kristi" at the bow. The aluminum boat bounced between the two steel ships. Medhaug radioed the "Gordon Jensen" for assistance, and the fish-processor lifted Breeden off the embattled boat in a man basket.Medhaug and Brojakowski attempted to situate the "Kristi" so that she could stay afloat through the incoming tide. They hoped to free her from between the ships at slack tide, when the boat would no longer be pinned to the fender. At the screeching groan of twisting metal, Medhaug and Brojakowski finally abandoned ship. They scrambled onto the fender a moment before the "Kristi" capsized, bow over stern, and sank beneath the waves in seconds. The "Gordon Jensen" brought Medhaug and Brojakowski aboard in the same man basket that had rescued Breeden 20 minutes earlier. In the aftermath, the US Coast Guard was investigating the incident. Report with photo: kdlg.org/post/fv-...

 Sohoh  (General Cargo Ship > Refrigerated Cargo Ship)
vor 2 Std von Timsen

Aluminium vessel smashed between two ships
On July 14, 2018, the f/v "Kristi" lost power at Clak'S Pt. in the Bristol Bay in Alakska, and the tide pushed it between two much larger ships, the "Sohoh" and "Gordon Jensen" where it lodged on a Yokohama fender. The "Kristi" sank, and the captain and crew escaped with seconds to spare. Shortly after midnight the "Kristi" lost power. The tide was coming in, and the boat floated in the current at 5 knots. While its skipper Jan Medhaug and deckhand Kyle Brojakowski worked to restore power to the 32-foot aluminum drift boat, Medhaug’s wife, Kayla Breeden went to the stern to hang a protective buoy. She could see two large ships. The "Sohoh" was anchored about 15 feet from the "Gordon Jensen". About 10 seconds after Breeden hung the buoy, the "Kristi" struck the "Gordon Jensen" and ended up getting jammed between the two vessels, pushed up against their Yokohama fender that was between the two of them and started to violently smash between the two vessels. The fender pinned the "Kristi" at the bow. The aluminum boat bounced between the two steel ships. Medhaug radioed the "Gordon Jensen" for assistance, and the fish-processor lifted Breeden off the embattled boat in a man basket.Medhaug and Brojakowski attempted to situate the "Kristi" so that she could stay afloat through the incoming tide. They hoped to free her from between the ships at slack tide, when the boat would no longer be pinned to the fender. At the screeching groan of twisting metal, Medhaug and Brojakowski finally abandoned ship. They scrambled onto the fender a moment before the "Kristi" capsized, bow over stern, and sank beneath the waves in seconds. The "Gordon Jensen" brought Medhaug and Brojakowski aboard in the same man basket that had rescued Breeden 20 minutes earlier. In the aftermath, the US Coast Guard was investigating the incident. Report with photo: kdlg.org/post/fv-...


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