Maritime Safety News Today 11 September 2007

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Sep 112007
 

Fisherman’s Family May Take Legal Action After Deadly Collision
The Bahama Journal – Nassau,Bahamas
According to reports, 53-year-old Wenzal King Sr. and 11-year-old Wenzal King Jr. were also on the fishing vessel when the collision occurred.

Committee of inquiry following mid – sea collision
Port2Port – Israel
in which a Cypriot cruise ship Salamis Glory rammed into a fishing vessel coming out of the Israeli port of Haifa leaving two dead trawler crew.

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Maritime Safety News Today, September 4, 2007

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Sep 042007
 

UK. Red Ensign fly’s to mark Merchant Navy Day
BYM News (press release) – Gibraltar,Spain
Merchant Navy Day honours their memory, and also looks forward to a brighter future for British shipping and seafarers.

Spain contracts EU vessel for clean up operations
gibfocus.gi – Gibraltar
The decision has come after reports of hydraulic oil spill from the New Flame cargo vessel stranded off Europa Point since the 12th August after a collision

Spain calls in EMSA as ‘New Flame’ deteriorates
bunkerworld – London,UK
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has responded to a Spanish request for assistance as the condition of the stricken cargo vessel New Flame has 

Bodies found of two Slovak sailors killed in ship collision – Summary
Earthtimes.org – USA
Tel Aviv – Israeli rescue services found the bodies Friday of two Slovak sailors, who died in a shipping accident the previous night off the coast of the

9 seamen in ship sinking recall harrowing ordeal
INQ7.net – Philippines
lone fatality in the accident, was found three hours after the rest of the crew were rescued by the South African Air Force and maritime authorities.

Boat sank ‘after chance accident’
BBC News – UK
The MAIB said the Meridian was considered to be a modern and well-maintained vessel in the hands of an experienced skipper. The case could be reopened –

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