Siem Pilot rescues more than 600 migrants

Offshore staff

KRISTIANSAND, Norway – Siem Offshore's platform supply vessel Siem Pilot rescued more than 600 migrants from two wooden boats in the Mediterranean earlier this week.

This was the Pilot's first such rescue since joining the European Union Operation Triton under contract with Norway.

The Norwegian National Criminal Investigation Service said there were no casualties or serious injuries among those rescued.


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