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With a day and a half of delay, the boat that was to take 8 people to the Juan Fernández Archipelago set sail. From the Transport Seremi they indicated that the departure would have been denied by the Harbor Master due to technical problems.
Relatives of people who had to travel by sea to the Juan Fernández Archipelago denounced that the ship sailed a day and a half after the stipulated time and that the company in charge did not give them clear explanations about the reasons for this situation.
Among the justifications that were given to them from the Nave Antonio regarding why they could not travel on Monday morning were the lack of PCR tests, mechanical failures of the vessel and even the absence of a crew navigator.
One of the people who stayed on this ship during the entire waiting time, Rolando Mena, related excuses such as problems with cranes and accused that there was no merchandise on the ship.
Other situations that were denounced in this context was that during the more than 24 hours in which they remained on the boat waiting to sail, in addition to having to sleep in the place, they were given low-quality food.
Some people even had to get food on their own.
The councilor of Juan Fernández, Jaritza Rivadeneira, commented that the company in charge is Transmarko and that the state-subsidized service.
From the Seremi de Transporte they indicated that he would have been The port captain's office denied the boat sailing due to technical problems.
Meanwhile, the municipality confirmed that this boat finally set sail on Tuesday afternoon after 5:00 p.m.