Stranded Scots sea cadet tells of his relief after arriving back in UK
A SCOT who was stranded at sea for almost a month told of his relief after arriving back in the UK yesterday.
Ruaridh Hanna, 22, was one of four British officer cadets from Clyde Marine Training affected when South Korean company Hanjin Shipping went bust.
Ports around the world denied Hanjin ships permission to dock.
Ruaridh Hanna/PA Wire But the cadets’ ship, the Liberia-flagged Hanjin Louisiana, finally managed to dock in Singapore on Wednesday.And speaking at Heathrow yesterday, Ruaridh, from Beauly, Inverness-shire, said: “It’s good to be back. Every day we would wake up and wonder if... read more
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