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Gibraltar police arrests Captain, Chief Officer of seized Iranian tanker

The Royal Gibraltar Police has arrested the Indian Captain and Chief Officer of the Iranian tanker ‘Grace 1’, a few days after the ship was seized suspected of breaching EU sanctions by shipping oil to Syria. This followed an examination of documents and electronic devices onboard.

German rescue captain Carola Rackete to sue Italy’s Matteo Salvini

Carola Rackete, the German Captain of a migrant rescue ship, will sue the Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for defamation, as her lawyer informed, increasing the tensions between the charity worker and the Minister. Carola Rackete was freed from house arrest after a judge dismissed accusations that she had endangered the lives of Italian servicemen.

Sea Watch 3 captain free

According to sources, the 31-year-old captain of Sea Watch 3, Carola Rackete, has been released from custody. The German captain was arrested on Saturday, June 29, due to the fact that she docked the vessel in Lampedusa along with 42 migrants onboard, defying a stringent domestic law that has closed borders to migrants.

Captain of Sea Watch 3 arrested after entering Italian waters

Italian police arrested on Saturday the German captain of a migrant-rescue ship that docked in Lampedusa along with 42 migrants onboard, defying a stringent domestic law that has closed borders to migrants. The ship had been standoff off Lampedusa for more than two weeks with rescued Africans onboard.

Danube fatal collision: Captain of cruise vessel was sober

Hungarian authorities announced they had found no evidence of alcohol or drug abuse by the Captain of the cruise ship ‘Viking Sigyn’ that hit and sank a small tourist vessel last month, causing one of the most fatal maritime incidents on Danube River in the last century.

Danube fatal collision: Cruise ship captain released on bail

The captain of the cruise vessel ‘Viking Sigyn’ was released on bail on Wednesday, two weeks after the fatal collision with another tourist boat on the Danube River, Budapest, that killed a total of 28 people, marking one of the worst disasters on the river in the last century. 

Sewol sinking: South Korea’s ferry disaster

16th April marks five years after Sewol ferry sinking shocked the global community. Sewol ferry sank on 16 April 2014, in South Korean waters taking the lives of over 300 people, most of whom where kids on a school excursion. Four years later, in August 2018, the official panel investigation on the accident said it could not find exact causes for South Korea’s deadliest maritime casualty since 1970.

Sea Diamond: A pollution “bomb” at the bottom of Aegean Sea

This week, shipping commemorated the grounding and sinking of the cruise ship ‘Sea Diamond’ off the Greek island of Santorini in the Aegean Sea. The incident resulted in two fatalities, but it is still discussed for lying at the bottom of Aegean Sea as a ‘toxic bomb’ in the local marine ecosystem.

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