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Ferry With Hundreds Aboard Capsizes in Bangladesh

A ferry with about 200 passengers aboard capsized on Monday in the river Padma southwest of Dhaka and rescue teams took about half of them to safety, the chief of the district administration said.

Ship capsizes in River Rhine

About 150 people have been evacuated from a passenger boat after a collision between ships on the River Rhine in Basel on Monday

Fire controlled at Cosan’s Brazil sugar export terminal

Warehouse 10, where the fire took place, had 15,000 tonnes of sugar in storage, about a third of a cargo ship, and has 18,000 tonnes capacity

Strong waves sink tugboat in Batangas, Philippines

Three crew rescued

Crew Boat Gets Stuck in Offshore Platform – Photos

BC pilots increase safety but shipping accidents still happen, documents show

Cargo vessels and cruise ships with B.C. pilots on board were involved in a total of 20 collisions or “risks of collisions” in B.C. waters last year,

Industry seeks answers on MOL Comfort sinking

More than a year after the container ship MOL Comfort and its 4,382 contai

Bridge Professionalism Called Into Question

From the east in traffic lane another vessel (vessel A) approaching on a collision course. The tanker’s heading was 220 and the other’s was heading is

After tragedy, Jindo works to pick up the pieces

Of 325 Danwon students aboard the Sewol on the morning of April 16, only 75 … “Divers bring the suitcases from the Sewol ashore,” says the officer.

Pirates Release Tanker Hijacked Off Ghana

A Kiribati-flagged tanker hijacked off the coast of Ghana last month has been released by pirates, according to the International Maritime Bureau.

SC affirms acquittal of Sulpicio exec over sunken ferry
Philippines – The Supreme Court (SC) affirmed the dismissal of criminal charges against a senior executive of the company that owned the M/V Princess of the Stars ferry, which victims claim sank as a result of negligence on the part of the executive.

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