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Colin says: The Pacific Nuclear Transport Limited ship "Pacific Swan" was retired from service in 2004 but lives on by way of the donation of key items of equipment to Amazon Hope II. The equipment included two quick release life belt boxes and rings, ships searchlight and fittings, life jackets, inflatable life rafts and rings, lamps, radio equipment, and the bridge clinometer. Alastair Brown, Operations Manager of British Nuclear Group International Transport, said: “By providing this maritime equipment, we have been able to give practical support to charity workers who are doing a wonderful job providing medical relief to poor disadvantaged children in an area of the world that is difficult to access.”
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