GO Phoenix Heads to Indian Ocean to Search for MH370

An Otto Marine vessel GO Phoenix has left Singapore last week to participate in a search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 aircraft in the southern Indian Ocean.

As Next Insight reports, GO Phoenix will participate in a search along with two other vessels Fugro Discovery and Fugro Equator.

These vessels, using towed vehicles equipped with side scan sonar, synthetic aperture sonar, multi-beam echo sounders and video cameras will be deployed to locate and identify MH370.

GO Phoenix is a 21,000 bhp ultra large AHTS (anchor handling tug supply vessel).

Subsea World News Staff, September 16, 2014; Image: GO Offshore

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