The NTSB’s issued a Marine Accident Report today detailing the board’s investigation into the September 8, 2019 capsizing of the roll-on/roll-off vehicle carrier as it transited outbound through St. Simons Sound near Brunswick, Georgia.
Two crew members on board a Euronav-owned Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) have died after apparently being struck by a large wave as the ship rounded Cape Horn on Saturday, September 11th.
Tanker was in process of unmooring, but after tragic accident, she was obviously, detained, for investigation.
Feed was soaked by sea water, which entered the compartment through porthole after the ship developed list, and that triggered gas emission.
Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms located a wooden boat on Tuesday (August 31) in the Mediterranean Sea carrying 23 migrants, including 4 children, from Tunisia.
Cargo ship with cargo of wheat sank in Greece waters, 16 crew rescued
A rescue operation was launched Tuesday night after a Hurtigruten coastal passenger ship lost power and was drifting off a notoriously dangerous area off the coast of Norway.
A fire on a Pemex-operated platform offshore Mexico has resulted in the deaths of five workers and injuries to six while two workers are still missing.
A Panama-flagged wood chip carrier grounded and is reportedly suffering from a cracked hull off the coast of Hachinohe, Japan, located on the northeast coast of Honshu island.
The UKMTO warning notice, based on a third party source, advised vessels to exercise extreme caution in the area, around 61 nautical miles east of Fujairah.
Caravan encountered heavy seas, resulting in the loss of 10 containers. All were located, with majority being washed ashore on Ko Bulon Le island beaches
Japanese liner shipping company Ocean Network Express (ONE) says cargo discharge operations for the NYK Delphinus are planned to begin next month at the Port of Oakland, almost 3 months after an engine fire off the coast of California.
German NGO Sea-Watch said on Friday it had rescued nearly 100 migrants in the Mediterranean overnight, many of whom were injured, some with severe “fuel burns” – chemical burns caused by exposure to gasoline mixed with seawater
London-based Zodiac said on its website that the attack in the Arabian Sea on the Mercer Street, a Liberian-flagged, Japanese-owned ship, was “suspected piracy,” adding that it was still being investigated.
5 crew reportedly rescued, 13 remain missing. The ship left Kandla port, Gulf of Kutch, on Jul 26, port of destination unidentified, the ship was sailing in western direction.
An Israeli-owned merchant ship reportedly came under attack off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, the British military said Friday, offering few other details about the incident.
The Platform points out that the Carnival Inspiration was initially bought by Ege Çelik, a yard on the EU list of approved ship recycling facilities, although the ship was later moved to Metas, a ship recycling facility recently acquired by Ege Çelik but not yet part of the EU list.
The accident took place at around 11,00 hrs local time, near the Honghaiwan wind measurement tower in the Red Bay area of Huizhou.
An abandoned tanker on Jul 18 was reported sank or sinking off Aden port, Yemen.