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A short video was sent to MB with footage of a yachtsman rescue

in the Atlantic E of Bermuda, just  few  days ago !

 The sailor managed to board the tanker without assistance using the available rope ladder.

The Sailboat was abandoned and left  drifting. 

 The company manager of the tanker did not  release any information regarding the  sailor or  the boat.

Anyone with information on this Sailboat or its owner, please submit information !!  

 



 

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