Denpasar Sound – The fishing vessel KM Linggar Petak 89 capsized and sank in the waters of the Indian Ocean, Tuesday (28/2/2023) afternoon.
The ship with POB 15 people is estimated to have sunk around 13.00 WITA. Ship Agent PT. Mina Samudera’s source informed that 4 people were rescued, 1 person was found dead, while 10 other people are still being searched for.
The boat route was from Benoa Harbor to the Fishing Ground, but it was unlucky when it was at the coordinates 09°21’S – 115°03’T when suddenly a wave came crashing.
“At 13.30 WITA, KM Bahari Nusantara 25 found and evacuated 5 crew members of KM Linggar Petak 89, and are still searching for other crew members,” explained Gede Darmada, SE, MAP, Head of the Bali Basarnas Office, Wednesday (1/3/2023).
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Information from the captain of KM Linggar Layout 89 who managed to survive revealed that the ship had sunk, and the crew members were holding on to float balls.
“We received the information yesterday at 18.05 WITA, and we have moved KN SAR Arjuna 229 starting last night and today it is moving again from Pasir Pier to Benoa Harbor, at 07.35 WITA,” explained Darmada.
The estimated travel time is around 2.5 hours to arrive at the sinking ship. Meanwhile, coordination is still being carried out with KM Bahari Nusantara 25 and KM Bahari Nusantara to monitor the progress of the search process.
“Apart from deploying personnel and defense equipment, we also contacted SROP and VTS Benoa for e-broadcast maps to ships around the incident site,” he explained.
He hopes the weather will support the search process and the victims can be found soon.
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The following is the identity of the victim (ABK KM Lintang Petak 89)
1. Ariyono Wicaksono (skipper/safe)
2. Usnadi (safe)
3. Asep Maulana M. (congratulations)
4. Muhammad Kevin Danuarta (congratulations)
5. Hadi Supriadi (MD)
6. Inscription Fund (DP)
7. Ryan Perdana Syah Putra (DP)
8. M. Bagas Syaifudin (DP)
9. Wahyudi Joint (DP)
10. Jaya Rahman (DP)
11. Maman Sulaeman (DP)
12. Olof Luturmas (DP)
13. Candra (DP)
14. Mohamad Jaelani (DP)
15. Indra Ultimate (DP)
Today’s SAR operation involved 17 crew members, 5 rescuers, 7 police officers from the National Police Headquarters, 6 people from Benoa Harbor water police and 2 SAR Radio 115 people. (*/Dinda)
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