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Station 5 crew members were given the chance to visit an Odfjell tanker (Bow Harmony) whilst in the port of Durban. The crew were shown around the vessel and were able to see the bridge, engine room and the life boat. The Chief Officer did an excellent job of answering all our questions and showing us around. It was a great opportunity for the crew to see a large vessel and the potential challenges that it might pose if we were involved in a rescue. A Big thanks to Odfjell for making the visit possible.IMAG0181 IMAG0182 IMAG0183 IMAG0184
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