Truline out of San Pedro Holed at SCI 3/19

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  1. rdrrm8e

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    A Coast Guard crew member serves food to 20 passengers rescued by the Coast Guard Cutter Sockeye's crew after the charter fishing vessel Truline began taking on water south of San Clemente Island, Sunday, March 19. Five crew members stayed aboard to assist Sockeye's crew with dewatering the vessel. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

    Twenty passengers and five crew members from a charter fishing vessel based in San Pedro were safely returned to shore Sunday, March 19, after the boat struck a submerged object in the ocean and began taking on water off San Clemente Island.

    The Coast Guard, the Navy and two Vessel Assist crews helped get the 63-foot charter boat Truline to Newport Beach Shipyard, the Coast Guard said in a statement. The passengers were returned to 22nd Street Landing in San Pedro, where the Saturday night fishing excursion had begun.

    There were no reported injuries, the Coast Guard said.

    The overnight charter had left San Pedro at around 8:15 p.m. Saturday and the boat was about 60 miles south -- a half-mile south of San Clemente Island -- shortly before 3 a.m. when it struck an unknown object.

    “It’s pretty rocky in that area,” Coast Guard Petty Officer Rob Simpson said, although it wasn’t known what the vessel hit.

    Informed that the vessel was taking on water, the Coast Guard’s San Diego sector dispatched an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter, a 45-foot response boat and the Coast Guard cutter Sockeye, authorities said. A Navy ship operating in the area was diverted to the scene.

    The Navy crew, arriving at 4:30 a.m., began to de-water the Truline and the Sockeye, arriving at 7 a.m., took over, able to keep up with the flooding while the Truline was escorted to Newport Beach, the statement said. Vessel Assist crews from Catalina Island and San Pedro assisted.

    “We were able to keep up with the flooding,” Simpson said.

    At 8:30 a.m. the 20 passengers were transferred to the Sockeye, with five crew remaining on the Truline, the Coast Guard said. At 1:30 p.m. the Sockeye delivered the passengers to San Pedro and at 4:45 the Truline “was safely moored at the Newport Beach Shipyard,” the Coast Guard reported.

    “The good thing is, they were able to float her back into the harbor,” said Alex Berlin, a reservations agent for the charters. “Everyone was safely dropped off by the Coast Guard ship.”

    He said the plan is to return Truline to service once repairs are completed. “That’s what we are hoping for,” he said.







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  2. patnrex

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    Wow, great news that all are safe and the boat was saved. Thanks to the US Navy and coast Guard.
     
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  3. maurice escobedo

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    Wow. Happy everyone is safe.
     
  4. marlyn

    marlyn I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Thank you to all who assisted!
     
  5. wils

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    "de-water"? :rofl:
     
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    kevina I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wonder why it took the Coast Guard Boat 4 hrs to get to the seen. Thank God for the Navy getting their within 90 minutes.
     
  7. fishkilr

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    The hull crushing obstacles are thick this year... wonder how many guys are gonna brag about how fast they got to tanner or sci in the dark this year...
     
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    The island never moves. Only the boat does.....:D
     
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    That sucks I know the boat well and Jon's a good guy !! I'm glad everyone got home safe !!
     
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    makairaa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Probably because they were 60 miles away. The navy was already at the island. And yes thank god for them.
     
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    Oh Oh It's Wils still in Oregon? So UN-WATER! LOL LOL

    Glad all went well with Truline. Good job to all involved.
     
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    PS Not sure they hit anything maybe. Word around town is the
    rudder fell out after shaft broke leaving the bushing hole wide open
    and leaking...just FYI. Unless the rudder hit something. News at 11...LOL
     
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  13. marlyn

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    I was just thinking the other day alot of these boats are getting pretty old but no one can afford to replace them,its a catch 22,pay your mortgage or fix/maintenance the boat sadly.Glad everyone is well and it sounds like the crew did a good job keeping all aboard safe.
     
  14. 26grumpy

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    I saw a big fat log at 3 miles from Dana Point a week or so ago. No doubt there's lots of future bad stories floating around out there right now.
     
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    kevina I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I thought some of those navy boats do 30knts
     
  16. wils

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    you're close to feelin' de-hate, bro.......
    just wait til you post your first tuna report. :puff:
     
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    Glad Everybody were Safe.........Im just curious what happened to their Fishing Gears??? Where they able to bring their Rods & Reels with them on board the Coast Guard Sockeye Ship???......What a scene then....a Coast Guard Ship Full of Anglers with their Gears....Someone must have snapped some pictures then huh?
     
  18. kevina

    kevina I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I think their gear, etc. Was the LAST THING ON THE COAST GUARDS AND PASSENGERS MIND.
     
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    LOL I'm used to it by now. I come for the abuse, fishing optional...LOL
     
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    I know but I'm just curious of the Idea or a Scene of a Coast Guard Boat Full of Anglers with their Fishing Rods as we use to see Pictures on Sport Boats but Never on a Coast Guard Boat much more on a Navy Ship with Anglers...
     

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