The 275′ French tuna purse seiner Trevignon has made a much bigger catch than normal – the 28,430 gross tonne cruise ship Costa Allegra. The Trevignon is slowly towing the cruise ship to Mahé, in the Seychelles, and is expected to arrive early Thursday. The passengers and crew will have been aboard the ship without power, lights and air conditioning for almost 72 hours. Fresh food and supplies are being airlifted to the ship by helicopter. Two tugs are said to have arrived but the Trevignon has continued the tow. Captain D. Peter Boucher, Kt. SMOM, Dip. LA., MN (Ret.) has interesting commentary on salvage rights and Lloyds Open Form (LOF) as applied to the Trevignon and the Costa Allegra on his blog, Nautical Log.