Ditching a fishing boat? No problem – just follow the rules

The Tasu getting wrecked on the beach

I started my marine career as a wireless operator. An upcoming ‘sparker’, as we were fondly called by other seamen, one of the first subjects they taught me at maritime school was how to react to safety problems and, in particular, when yours or other ship was in distress.

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