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Cancel BOLO: SV ODYLE Overdue South PacificĀ 

Be on the lookout for SV ODYLE, a Class C Tall Ship, hailing port San Francisco, with Abraham, wife Susan, two children, Saoirse and Ciam on board. They were last heard from in a blog post on October 18, 2019 from Suwarrow in the Cook Islands and Marine Traffic shore station last recorded the vessel in Port of American Samoa on 28 OCT 2019. Their intended route to the Marshall Islands was via American Samoa for provisioning and on to Funafuti in Ellis islands then Tarawa, the capital of the Republic of Kiribati and then finally the Majuro in Marshall Islands.”

Report further information, better photos or a sighting of this boat to Glenn@boatwatch.org

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Update February 24, 2020 at 13:45 Eastern Time – Cancel BOLO – Good news – The family has contacted Boatwatch.org and they are safe in the United States.

Update February 24, 2020 at 13:15 Eastern Time – BOLO: SV ODYLE Overdue South Pacific

The vessel is US documented in the United States, Doc # 559168, Hailing Port: San Francisco, CA, USA, year built: 1974 by Skookum Marine, length 45 feet, breadth: 13.2 feet, draft: 7.6 feet. The MMSI number is 338 169 658. Marine Traffic shore station last recorded the vessel in Port of American Samoa on 28 OCT 2019. Boatwatch.org is attempting to obtain AIS Satellite position reports at this time.
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Original Post:
Please be on the lookout for SV ODYLE, a Class C Tall Ship, hailing port San Francisco, with Abraham, wife Susan, two children, Saoirse and Ciam on board. It is believed Susan may have returned to the US temporarily and SV ODYLE may have one female Italian crew. They were also having problems with their engine.
Cruisers in Tahiti and the Marshall Islands have become concerned that SV ODYLE is overdue or missing.
The last blog post on Following Sea was October 18, 2019 from Suwarrow in the Cook Islands. This was their intended route from there:
“We are making our way to the Marshall Islands for cyclone season and this is our fist port of call in the Cook Islands. After this will be American Samoa for provisioning and on to Funafuti in Ellis islands then Tarawa, the capital of the Republic of Kiribati and then finally the Majuro in Marshall Islands.”
Anyone with further information, better photos or a sighting of this boat is asked to contact Glenn@boatwatch.org
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