With several passengers reported being ill onboard the cruise ship “Norwegian Joy”, officials in Los Angeles acted immediately and showed their concern while the vessel had to dock in Port of LA.
10 people on board the cruise ship Norwegian Joy were treated by paramedics on Sunday, December 1, after reporting minor medical complaints, marking the second time within a period of one week that passengers from the vessel had to be treated for illness after returning from a trip.
The UK MAIB published its latest investigation report, focusing on a chief engineer’s fatal accident onboard the tug “Millgarth”. Specifically, the chief engineer fell into the River Mersey from the north oil stage at the Tranmere Oil Terminal at Birkenhead, England, in January 2019.
The Transport Accident Investigation Committee (TAIC) is now analyzing a fire incident on a fishing trawler in its accommodation space, with the crews’ attempts being unsuccessful on extinguishing the fire, leading to much of the accommodation being burnt out.
The Swedish Club issued its December’s monthly scenario focusing on a serious injury when during mooring operations the AB threw the heaving line to the line handler, with the monkey fist heavily hitting him on the head; The Club stresses that the mooring operations should always be in line with the instructions from their flag state, port state and ideally what is stated in the COSWP.
NTSB issued a Marine Accident Brief on the flooding and sinking of the fishing vessel ‘Aaron & Melissa II’ while 70 nm southeast of Portland, Maine, in November 2018. The key cause of the sinking was a combination of the Captain’s decision to proceed in heavy weather and of a clogged bilge system.
The Captain of the Vietnamese-flagged general cargo ship Toan Phat 68 died after the ship reportedly sank in South China sea, a few nautical miles off the Qui Nhon port in central Vietnam, in the morning hours of Saturday.
After a migrant boat sank off Lampedusa, on November 23, divers recovered more bodies from the scene, increasing the death toll to 18. The vessel was carrying 170 people, and sank around 1.5 nm off the island of Lampedusa.
The Bahamas-flagged car carrier “RCC Passion” suffered an engine room fire, while sailing some 40 nautical miles of the French island Ushant, situated at the southwest end of the English Channel, the French Maritime Prefecture for the Atlantic informed.
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