Sea Swift loses coast guard vessel overboard

Has anyone seen a six metre mono-hull vessel belonging to QF25 Coast Guard Cape York?

Several weeks ago it was loaded onto Sea Swift’s MV Trinity Bay passenger/cargo ship at Seisia at the top of Cape York Peninsula bound for Cairns to undergo maintenance.

When the Trinity Bay berthed at Cairns wharf the Coast Guard boat was nowhere to be seen.

The Queensland Labor Party has been lost at sea for a generation, and losing a vessel overboard should be quite normal.

It fell off somewhere during the 1000 klm journey heading south along the eastern coast line of Far North Queensland.

Australian Border Force has confirmed it was not one of their vessels.

Sea Swift freight company was purchased by the Queensland Investment Corporation two years ago.

Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk QIC and former Deputy Premier Jackie Trad are listed as shareholders.

Industry sources said QIC paid an unconfirmed $300 million for the Cairns-based freight company which services much of Northern Australia including the Torres Strait and Gulf of Carpentaria.

The Queensland Labor Party should feel right at home with the disappearance of this $280,000 vessel, no doubt resting on the bottom of the Coral Sea.

The ALP has been lost at sea for a generation.

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Posted on October 7, 2021, in ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk, General and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Yep Ted that could be possible but our sources maintain the restraining ropes broke after several hours sailing. Ed


  2. Step O'Rafferty

    Michael Augustus I am never going to forget the name palace chook!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. I’ll watch this story with interest. Lived up there for a couple of years and everything came in and out by Seaswift. Quite chaotic at the Seisia end with unreliable locals tasked to do as much as is feasible including paperwork which is not their forte. I had an off road buggy that I wanted to return to Cairns at the end of contract but it kept getting nicked and ridden around and I knew it would never make it to Cairns despite being “under lock and key”. Gave up in the end and sold it locally for peanuts. Completely wrecked a few days later.
    My guess would be that the boat never actually made it onto the ferry despite the paperwork trail. There’s a lucrative trade of illicit goods between the tip and PNG. Used to be done in tinnies but it’s hazardous when the wind gets up. A nice big boat like that would be much better.


  4. freddo,
    Since “lost at sea” is the designation for ALL of the beneficiaries of all sestu qui trusts, it likely IS resting on the bottom from being overloaded with real people trying to get back to land

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Hi there, this message emailed yesterday(I’m subscribed), has no content – did you mean to send it this way?

    … it’s weird as I also got an email from The Highwire(Del Bigtree) that also had no content…could this be ‘hacking’? Not sure, but it’s suspicious…

    Thankyou for your time…& all your amazing efforts…really appreciate it! Warmest wishes, Aza



  6. Janice~ She is the best premier money can buy ..ED2

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Amen and Amen just cant wait for her and her Criminal friend Jackie to disappear like the crooks in NSW, WOW that would be Lovely.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. There is something fishy about this story.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. It is not lost at sea, it operates in LAW OF THE SEA, a foreign jurisdiction.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. michael Augustus

    Pity palacechook was not lost at sea.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. If palaszczuk is involved…. There will be something shady going on…

    Liked by 2 people

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