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Crew of sunken fishing vessel rescued

Mr Botchway said the crew members then boarded two “Bay boats” of the vessel when it began sinking but the boats run out of fuel and drifted in the

Mexico Crane Failure Kills 7 at ICA Fluor Assembly Site

Seven workers assembling an offshore oil rig were killed in a crane failure in Mexico, the deadliest accident ever for a joint venture between

Transocean Drilling Rig Drops Traveling Block During GoM Well Operations

The U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) is responding to a significant equipment failure on board a Transocean ultra-deepwater semi-submersible drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 100 miles south of Fourchon, Louisiana.

Pilot training blamed for tanker incident

The UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has published its … The vessel’s bridge team consisted of two Port of London Authority (PLA)

Navy report blames sailors on sub for ship collision

The Navy this afternoon released its investigation into an October 2012 collision between two Norfolk-based ships. It concluded that mistakes by the

Lying off Belfast for nearly a month, the cargo ship refused permission to dock after fire sparked a

A cargo ship that has been languishing at the mouth of Belfast Lough for almost a month following a toxic fire is expected to finally dock in the next few

Norway police propose reopening case of 1990 ship fire that killed 159

OSLO (Reuters) – Norwegian police on Friday recommended reopening an investigation into a ferry fire in 1990 that killed 159 people after a police

US Coast Guard Questioned For Houston Ship Channel Collision

(Houston, TX) — Critics are pointing fingers at the Coast Guard following a four-day hearing by investigators regarding the massive oil spill this past

Piracy falls off Somalia, ticks up in Southeast Asia

Meanwhile piracy has surged in Southeast Asia, particularly in the maritime transit hub of the Malacca Straits, between Malaysia and Indonesia.
Lifeboat rescue fundraiser awarded British Empire Medal

The fundraising chairman of the Guildford branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has been honoured for his services over the last 15



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