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On January 22, Ocean Viking leaves the port of Syracuse.
On January 25, Ocean Viking evacuates 95 people from a rubber boat in distress. Survivors report that several people had fallen overboard from the boat in distress prior to Ocean Viking’s RHIBs arrival. Ocean Viking searchs for the reported missing persons for hours, to no avail. Ocean Viking sends a request for a Place of Safety for all survivors onboard. Italian authorities designate Carrara as port of disembarkation for the 95 survivors onboard.
On January 29, Ocean Viking completes the disembarkation of all 95 survivors in the port of Carrara, Italy.
On February 4, Ocean Viking leaves the port of Syracuse, setting sail towards the central Mediterranean.
On February 5, Ocean Viking is engaged in a search for a boat reported in distress by an unidentified source.
On February 6, after numerous failed attempts to obtain information and coordination of the SAR event, MTRCC informs Ocean Viking that the event is being coordinated and that no assistance is required from Ocean Viking. Ocean Viking resumes her course towards the area of operation.
On February 9, Ocean Viking seeks shelter from bad weather in the port of Trapani, Sicily.
On February 11, Ocean Viking leaves the port of Trapani, setting sail towards the central Mediterranean.
On February 14, Ocean Viking evacuates 84 people from a rubber boat in distress.
On February 18, Ocean Viking completes the disembarkation of all 84 survivors in the port of Ravenna, Italy.