|Henri Van Heffen||radio officer||1972 to 1975|
|Francois Morin||radio officer||1974 to 1981||radio officer, cadet|
|Bernard Bonnamy||radio officer||1975 to 1976|
|Rotureau Joseph...||engineer cadet||1975|
|Plouhinec Michel||ordinary seaman||1975 to 1976|
|Patrick Poirier||3rd deck officer||1976 to 1977|
|Alain Charlou||3rd engineer||1976 to 1977|
|Pascal Blanchard||4th engineer||1977|
|Santais Didier||deck officer||1977 to 1980|
|Jean-Yves Quentric||deck officer||1977|
|09/08/2017 - 11:22||Jean-Yves Quentric||
On the 28 of August 1977, when sailing from Singapore to Pulsan in South Korea, I was Deck Officer and you met a vietnamian fishing boat with 71 refugees. I stopped the Miralda and after an evaluation. of their status, we took them on board. When arriving in Pulsan, since our refugees didn\'t have all compulsory documents (passport, vaccinations booklet, etc), we were put in quarantine. It was a strong human adventure. I made pictures and we sold them to newspaper in order to provide money to the vietnamian people. An Engineer Officer got married on board with one of the young vietnamian lady. I do remember the bosco: FranA?ois Mingant who was a great seaman. If you have any possibility to know the crew list of the Miralda when it happened, it\'ll be great to know. Please mail me!
|06/20/2017 - 06:58||Kris Pham||
In 1978, our fishing boat captained by my father was rescued in the South China Sea by Le Miralda. I was 6 yrs old at the time, fleeing from the fall of Saigon. I have a picture of the crew of the tanker and would like assistance in identifying these generous men who rescued us.