Three African migrants who have been balancing on a ship’s rudder have been rescued by the Spanish coast guard on Monday after an 11-day voyage, in line with officers.
In a tweet revealed Monday, the coast guard stated it rescued the migrants from the rudder of Alithini II, a ship that traveled from Nigeria to the Canary Islands.
They are often seen sitting on the ship’s rudder with their backs bent, apparently because of lack of area, in an image shared by the company.
In keeping with EFE, the migrants are three males of sub-saharan descent.
The migrants have been taken to the port and handled by well being providers.
The Alithini II, an oil and chemical tanker, arrived on the Canary Islands on Monday following an 11-day journey from Lagos, Nigeria, in line with Marinetraffic.com.
The Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago off the coast of northwestern Africa, “are a preferred gateway for African migrants trying to achieve Europe,” with Spanish knowledge displaying migration to the archipelago elevated to 51% the primary 5 months of 2022 in comparison with final yr, Reuters reported.