Salina – Senegal

September 2007
When a retired English handyman bought a rusty old cargo boat, it was
dismissed as harmless eccentricity. But then the boat was seized in
Africa with 80 illegal migrants aboard. « He didn’t strike me as the
kind of man who would know how to deal with a boat » states Robert
Throne’s neighbour. His ship, Salina II, was deemed unseaworthy and
impounded in a UK port. But one night it slipped away. When it was
detained by Senegalese authorities five years later, it had 80 illegal
immigrants on board and was waiting for more

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