zoom Danish Yachts launched, on Nov 23rd, another SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull), the ‘Sea Hurricane’. Due for handover during December, the vessel is the fourth in the ongoing series of carbon fibre passenger carrying vessels for the wind farm industry.With its unique ballast system that allows the vessel to switch from high speed catamaran mode into SWATH almost instantly, the SWATH can operate efficiently and safe in all weather conditions.Sea Hurricane has the overall length of 25 metres, there is ample space for 24 passengers and 5 crew over a range of around 500 nautical miles. In addition for passenger and crew safety while transferring to the platform, the vessel is fitted with the base to use a gyro transfer gangway.The vessel will now undergo her formal sea trials prior to handover. Print Close My location 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 Danish Yachts, November 25, 2013
The Sydney Police have already launched an investigation into the passport issue of Gunaratnam who was deported to Australia from Colombo recently after being allegedly abducted.Gunaratnam and FSP member Dimuthu Attygalle were abducted on the 6th of April. Police said that Gunaratnam, who is an Australian national, had walked into the police anti-crime unit at Dematagoda on the 10th of April and was later deported to Australia. The Department of Immigration and Emigration has said that Gunarathnam will not be permitted to re-enter Sri Lanka even as a Sri Lankan citizen. Gunaratnam said that he was tortured by his captors immediately after he was kidnapped but later changed their tactics. The orders to blacklist Gunarathnam had been received from the Defence Ministry, sources at the Department of Immigration and Emigration told The Sunday Leader. Frontline Socialist Party (FSP) leader Premakumar Gunarathnam alias Kumar Mahathya has been blacklisted by the Sri Lankan government, reports said on Sunday.According to the Department of Immigration and Emigration, Gunarathnam is being blacklisted from entering the country on the basis that he came to Sri Lanka recently using an Australian passport with a different name.
The DNA samples taken from a 37 year old man arrested over the murder of a woman in Kotakethana matches that of the DNA samples taken from six women killed in the area in the recent past.The police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) made this revelation in Court today. (Colombo Gazette)