Video: Film Crew Rescues Turtle In Bermuda

July 18, 2018 | 9 Comments

While on the island recently in order to shoot the film The Pearls of Malabar, the film’s crew had the opportunity to lend a hand to a turtle that had been tangled up in fishing line.

A video detailing the event says, “The filming crew of “Pearls of Malabar,” which is currently filming on the Bermuda island, was out shooting today when they saw something floating in the water, a turtle had been tangled up in fishing line. The team successfully rescued and freed the turtle before starting to film.”

Crew member Kristin Steede said, “The filming crew was out shooting near Admiralty House when they saw something floating in the water – a green turtle had been tangled up in fishing lines.

“The team successfully rescued and freed the turtle before starting to film. What a start to our day of filming.”

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  1. aceboy says:

    Good stuff! People need to be more careful with their lines

  2. Rosie Marangiello-Donovan says:

    Terrific. The little ones are happy too, replaying video all morning. “Is turtle ok now? Where did it go?” Assured them turtle ok, most likely with its family now.

  3. Nick Kruger says:

    Thank you Bernews!
    It was our pleasure to rescue the beautiful little guy.
    Thank you Bermuda for your hospitality. We look forward to staying with you again soon.

    -Nick Kruger
    Remlore Pictures

  4. SouthBreeze says:

    This story gave me the feels. Thanks film crew!

  5. roger Lambert says:

    THANK YOU FILM CREW, GLAD YOU SAW & FIXED THE LIL ONE PLUS REMOVED EXCESS LINE THERE. Hope those who fish & those who see this story spread the word on being more careful with lines.

  6. Michelina Miucci says:

    That awesome! Nice to see some positive news. Congrats to Allen Driscoll,Diego Trazzi, Nick Kruger,and the rest of the crew!

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