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Italian Maritime Authorities’ Official Costa Concordia Grounding Report

Italian Maritime Authorities’  Official Costa Concordia Grounding Report

Official Costa Concordia Investigation

Ivory Coast Accident Report Published

Ivory Coast Accident Report Published

The US uninspected towing vessel Ivory Coast was moored at General Ship Repair (GSR) in Baltimore's Northwest Harbor while undergoing cutting and welding—or "hot work"—on the starboard side hull plating in the engine room when a fire ignited and spread to the main deck galley on October 10, 2011. Damage to the engine room, associated [...]

American Fishing Trawler strikes navy ship

American Fishing Trawler strikes navy ship

At 8:20 a.m. on April 23, 2013, the American Dynasty trawler was leaving a repair dock when it struck the HMCS Winnipeg at the jetty where the CFB Esquimalt is moored. The trawler apparently should have gone backwards but went forward instead, shooting forward and striking the Royal Canadian Navy frigate in the bow. Just one tug on the [...]

NTSB Releases Brief on Malaspina Fire

NTSB Releases Brief on Malaspina Fire

The passenger vessel Malaspina was in dry dock in Ketchikan, Alaska, for scheduled repairs when a fire broke out on February 7, 2012, resulting in damage estimated between $500,000 and $750,000. No one was injured. The Malaspina was undergoing duct repair which required “hot work”―cutting, grinding, and welding. The summary of the [...]

Engine Fire Leaves Cruise Ship and 4200+ Aboard Stranded in Gulf of Mexico

Engine Fire Leaves Cruise Ship and 4200+ Aboard Stranded in Gulf of Mexico

This weekend, the Carnival Triumph was 140 miles offshore, off the Yucatan Peninsula when an engine fire stranded the ship in the Gulf of Mexico with 3,143 passengers and 1086 crew aboard. The ship will be propelled by tug boat to Progreso, Mexico, the closest port and will remain out of service for its next two trips, while it is repaired. [...]

Falling Lifeboat Kills 5 Crew Injures 3 During Safety Exercise

Falling Lifeboat Kills 5 Crew Injures 3 During Safety Exercise

A 10:30 a.m. lifeboat safety drill aboard the Thomson Majesty ship, a British Cruise line, on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands ended in five fatalities when a cable snapped, trapping the victims— three Indonesians, a Filipino and a Ghanian—underneath. Three crewmen were unhurt in the incident. THe ship was docked in Santa Cruz, [...]

Seastreak Investigation Continues

Seastreak Investigation Continues

NTSB Provides an Investigative Update on the Seastreak Wall Street Ferry Accident January 17, 2013 WASHINGTON - The National Transportation Safety Board today released the following update on the ongoing investigation into the Jan. 9, accident in New York City involving the Seastreak Wall Street ferry. The engine manufacturer arrived on-scene [...]

SeaStreak Catamaran Strikes Pier 11 Dock, 85 Injured in NY

SeaStreak Catamaran Strikes Pier 11 Dock, 85 Injured in NY

January 9, 2013 at 8:45 a.m., the privately operated high speed Seastreak Ferry servicing New York on the Hudson crashed into the dock at Pier 11 near Wall Street. The pier knocked a gash in the catamaran, flung passengers from their seats, them in broken glass. The Seastreak Wall Street accommodates 505. The Ferry's route covers Atlantic [...]

NTSB Launches Go-Team to Investigate Ferry Accident in New York City

NTSB Launches Go-Team to Investigate Ferry Accident in New York City

January 9, 2013 WASHINGTON - The National Transportation Safety Board is launching a go-team to investigate the ferry accident in New York City that occurred Wednesday Morning. The NTSB will be the lead investigative agency in this accident. NTSB marine safety investigator Morgan Turrell is leading a team of 12 as the [...]

NTSB to Hold Second Media Briefing On Ferry Accident in New York City

NTSB to Hold Second Media Briefing On Ferry Accident in New York City

NTSB to Hold Second Media Briefing On Ferry Accident in New York City January 10, 2013 New York City - The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a media briefing on yesterday’s ferry accident in New York City. EVENT: Press Briefing DATE & TIME: January 10, 2013 4:00pm EST LOCATION: The main concourse level of the Staten Island [...]

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