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Notice from the Receiver of Wreck, Falkland Islands. Section 520 Merchant Shipping Act 1894.

On Friday 9th October 2015 the Receiver of Wreck, Falkland Islands reports that he has taken possession of the sailing yacht detailed below in accordance with the Merchant Shipping Act 1894.

On Wednesday 7th October 2015 the Falkland Islands Government Fisheries Patrol vessel ‘Protegat’ found sailing yacht ‘FIPCA-LA SANMARTINIANA’, a white painted steel built two mast Ketch rigged sailing yacht, drifting afloat and abandoned within the Falkland Islands Outer Conservation Zone (FOCZ) at position 53° 55.2’S 056° 34.5’W.

The yacht is now safely moored in Stanley Harbour, Falkland Islands and is in the custody of the Receiver of Wreck.

Details of the vessel are as follows:


Marks on vessel: LA SANMARTINIANA

Registration number: REY-014788

Length: 17 metres

Type: Steel two mast ketch rigged yacht

Any person who wishes to claim ownership of the above detailed vessel may do so by writing to:
Receiver of Wreck,
Byron House, 3 ‘H’ Jones Road,
Stanley, Falkland Islands,

E-mail: [email protected]

providing full details of their claim within one year from the date of this notice, 16th October 2015.

A notice containing this information has been displayed at Byron House, 3 ‘H’ Jones Road, Stanley, Falkland Islands, since 11th October 2015.

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