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- Inaccurate Stability Calculations Found as Probable Cause in Golden Ray Capsizing
- Two Crew On Euronav VLCC Killed By Large Wave Rounding Cape Horn
- Filipino crew killed by mooring line, Italy
- 3 people inhaled poisonous gas, 1 died, Beirut port
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Indonesian Navy KRI NANGGALA 402 sank with all hands
Submarine sank with all 53 crew on board, there was no chance of survival taking into account wreck site depth, which is far exceeding submarine's dive depth.
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Inaccurate Stability Calculations Found as Probable Cause in Golden Ray CapsizingThe 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 On Euronav VLCC Killed By Large Wave Rounding Cape HornTwo 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.
Filipino crew killed by mooring line, ItalyTanker was in process of unmooring, but after tragic accident, she was obviously, detained, for investigation.
3 people inhaled poisonous gas, 1 died, Beirut portFeed was soaked by sea water, which entered the compartment through porthole after the ship developed list, and that triggered gas emission.
Months After Fire, NYK Delphinus Awaiting Start of Cargo Discharge Operations in OaklandJapanese 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.
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