Al Messilah fit to load again
Well for all of those who would have assumed that holes in the decks and bulkheads, wastage of the supporting structure, multiple issues with electrical cabling and an unserviceable generator (as reported in The West) would take quite some time to repair, apparently that is not the case. A mere 8-9 days after the ACCL was revoked for Al Messilah she is back in Berth 1 loading sheep. WOW...a pretty slick repair team obviously operating in Freo Port.
One cant help thinking back to the tragedy of the Danny F II with its corrosion issues that ultimately led to AMSA revoking its licence permanently and contributed to its sinking with loss of all livestock (from Uruguay), the captain and numerous crew, including one very respected Australian stockman. Presumably AMSA are satisfied with the current state of the Al Messilah because we know they have acted appropriately and diligently on previous occasions. We hope so anyhow, for the sake of all crew and the stock onboard.
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