Submarine Crew Member Brought To Bermuda

September 26, 2014

Yesterday morning [Sept 25] a U.S. Navy submarine came approximately three miles east of Bermuda to transfer a crew member.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “A US Navy Submarine calls to the Deep Draught Position approximately 3 miles east of the Island. The submarine calls to conduct a crew member transfer on humanitarian grounds.

“Bermuda Radio coordinates the transfer of the crewman from the Navy vessel to the Pilot Boat St George. A waiting taxi at Ordnance Island in St Georges takes the US Navy Sailor to the airport.”

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  1. Commodore JB of BBIRYC says:

    Hopefully the crewmember is okay. As Commodore of BBIRYC, I’d like to thank the men and women of the submariner fleet in the US Navy for making the oceans a safer place for fine yachtsmen like myself and my fellow members of BBIRYC.

    • Sure is says:

      Hopefully the members aren’t as much of a racist ******* as you are. Thinking your better than than the rest of Bermuda boaters. Your club means nothing. Just a over priced place to tie your boat to.

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    What is BBIRYC? I assume it is Baileys Bay something or other.

  3. The Awesome Guy says:

    Its a club for elite Bermudians who own lots of shiny s***.

    • Triangle Drifter says:

      No answer after a day. Must be a club that exists soley in his mind.

  4. mumbojumbo says:

    Rise to the occasion boys…this is a seaman in need …take him to mariners club!