SEPTEMBER 30, 2015– UPDATE: Increasingly harsh problems mixed-up have actually indicated the procedure to fill the Transocean Winner onto the Hawk in Broad Bay, Isle of Lewis (see earlier story), has actually needed to be put on hold momentarily, the U.K. Maritime & & Coastguard firm reported at regarding 5.30 p.m. neighborhood time.
Although there had actually been a weather condition home window which would certainly have indicated it was feasible, the swell has actually been greater as well as is currently over the concurred risk-free limitations for this procedure.
The Hawk as well as Transocean Winner stay at prompt preparedness over night as well as needs to the climate condition boost, after that the procedure will certainly return to as intended.
The most current weather report are anticipating an additional damage in wind as well as sea problems from Sunday onwards, so unless the procedure is returned to by noontime tomorrow, after that it is most likely that the Hawk will certainly be stood down as well as the Transocean Winner will certainly be returned onto her 8 supports.
Further conversations will certainly be held by Hugh Shaw, the U.K. Secretary of State’s Representative Maritime Salvage as well as Intervention with Transocean as well as Smit Salvage to consider feasible various other alternatives for solving the circumstance.