2 Oct 2012
Head of 'Yogi' investigation says results due end of November
The final report into the sinking of the 60.2m superyacht Yogi will be published at the end of November, said the man leading the investigation speaking exclusively to SuperyachtNews.com.
The official, who wished to remain anonymous, explained that the Bureau Enquetes Accident de mer’s (BEAmer) own investigation would be concluded by the end of October. This will be followed by a private consultation with the parties involved that our source expects to be concluded by the end of November. At this time the investigation team will reconvene and draw its final conclusions.
“The final report will be made available in late November. There is a one-month period beforehand where all the parties can submit their remarks and observations, and this stage will not commence until mid-October.
“We are nearing the end of the investigation but we are still undertaking stability calculations, which we expect o have the results of in 10 to 15 days. Then we can begin the consultation process.”
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