Category Archives: Scott Murry

Cooking gas explosion filmed on board yacht

I usually have more than enough to do trying to keep up with all that happens on board Vega. But, in this case I feel so strongly about the subject that I would like to share this excellent video with … Continue reading

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Humanitarian Vessel Vega to Implement WHO Millennium Development Goals

In cooperation with the World Health Organization’s Millennium Development Goals Vega’s 2012 Missions of Mercy will continue to target the reduction of maternal and infant mortality by delivering donated tools, supplies, and training information to the communities we assist. It is estimated that in these Midwives and Health Workers kits reduce maternal and infant mortality by as much as 40%. Continue reading

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Latest updates to Vega website now active

Have a look at our updated website and at the famous “Lists” of supplies we need for next years deliveries HERE

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Summary of our 2011 Mission of Mercy

Vega’s 2011 Mission of Mercy delivered badly needed supplies to 16 islands with a total of 38 village communities benefiting directly from our assistance. In those communities we helped 68 schools and 32 health posts or clinics with supplies. We … Continue reading

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SEA Yachting Magazine recognizes Humanitarian Award for Vega

It is always a wonderful surprise when our modest efforts are recognized by others. We do work hard at gathering and delivering the educational and medical supplies that others need to do their jobs. For us they are the real … Continue reading

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Vega to be the official press boat for the 2011 (PHANG NGA) BAY REGATTA

Bay regatta is the best regatta in the whole of South East Asia. Vega will be back for the second year running as the official press boat. Why not sign up and join us? Well the count down is on … Continue reading

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A great article about Vega “The Boat” Have a look

This is a very good article done about Vega as a boat. Most writers concentrate on our work and how the boat fits into that. This one is just about the boat and I found it rather interesting to see … Continue reading

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