Ocean Ranger Disaster 1982

Ocean Ranger Commemorating North America’s offshore disaster SAFETY4SEA

Ocean Ranger Disaster 1982. Web at 12:52 a.m. It had 84 people on board, including 56 newfoundlanders.

Ocean Ranger Commemorating North America’s offshore disaster SAFETY4SEA
Ocean Ranger Commemorating North America’s offshore disaster SAFETY4SEA

Web at 12:52 a.m. Web on 15 february 1982, the world's largest semisubmersible drill rig, ocean ranger, capsized and sank in a fierce storm on the grand banks with the loss of all 84 crew members, 56 of whom were. It was drilling an exploration well on the grand banks of newfoundland , 267 kilometres. 15, 1982, the crew sent a mayday, saying the rig was listing to the port side. It had 84 people on board, including 56 newfoundlanders. It was the last communication heard from the ocean ranger. At 8:00 am the rig received a weather report stating that a strong.

It was the last communication heard from the ocean ranger. It was drilling an exploration well on the grand banks of newfoundland , 267 kilometres. 15, 1982, the crew sent a mayday, saying the rig was listing to the port side. It was the last communication heard from the ocean ranger. It had 84 people on board, including 56 newfoundlanders. At 8:00 am the rig received a weather report stating that a strong. Web on 15 february 1982, the world's largest semisubmersible drill rig, ocean ranger, capsized and sank in a fierce storm on the grand banks with the loss of all 84 crew members, 56 of whom were. Web at 12:52 a.m.