Last week, blogger real jack, reported sighting the MV Sullivan raised up the dock at Walu Bay, Suva in a total mess.
Well folks, in its desperate attempt to refloat the ship and make some quick bucks during this busy period, the lives of its passengers are once again put at risk. Management of the ship should stand ready to answer to questions should there be another mishap at sea similar to the Princess Ashika that sank in the Tongan waters where 93 people died.
Reports received at the FDFM News desk said that the shaft and its casing that were supposed to be shipped to New Zealand for repairs found its way to the Fiji National University’s Mechanical Engineering workshop of the College of Engineering, Science and Technology. A technician at the Mechanical Engineering workshop in Samabula Campus was tasked this week to machine the shaft and get it ready for installation.
Fiji National University was formerly called the Fiji Institute of Technology.
Now the ship has been tested by FIMSA and was scheduled to travel to Savusavu last night pending the result of the test.
Posted 24/12/2011 by Vonivate Driu