A container vessel was inbound to berth under pilotage in the early morning, in darkness and light winds. Two tugs were secured fore and aft on the port side well before arrival.
A fast ferry was underway at near 21 knots when the lookout saw a submarine periscope at close range on the port bow. He immediately alerted the OOW, who observed from the periscope’s wake that the submarine, assessing that there was an imminent risk of collision.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday a ship carrying liquefied petroleum gas struck a Washington State wharf in 2019 because the pilot approached with excessive speed and at too steep an angle
A vessel was proceeding to anchor and some deck crew were forward at the windlass. One of the deck crew was removing the gear lever pin while another crew operated the hydraulic lever.
Vessel operator makes an assumption about the intentions of another vessel operator which leads to collision of two vessels. Find out more about the incident inside the article.
At 0945 on 24 May 2019, the second officer of the UK registered general cargo vessel Karina C was fatally injured when he was trapped between a stack of cargo hold hatch covers and a gantry crane used to move hatch covers.
One serious and three minor injuries were reported in connection with the accident that caused a reported $40.5M in damage. No pollution was reported.
Crew trips on a manhole cover. Falling forward, he impacted the davit structure with his face, injuring his lower lip and teeth.