Canadian locals found themselves in quite an uncanny situation when they saw two ships collide in a rather unusual manner within Canadian waters.
Watch two cruise ships of Carnival Corp colliding in the port of Mexico’s Island of Cozumel.
Serious alcohol consumption problems of vessel’s three senior officers, Master, chief mate and chief engineer leads to near collision situation. Learn more about the incident inside the article.
While leaving the anchorage, a tanker was driven into the bow of the general cargo vessel – which was still anchored but dragging – causing major damage to both vessels.
A Collision takes place between an oil bunker barge and a general cargo ship, leading to seawater rushing into barge’s bridge, accommodation areas and engine room through the vessel’s open weathertight doors.
A loaded bulk carrier collides with another vessel in restricted visibility, leading to the sinking of one vessel sank while water ingress into forepeak tank of another. Read inside to know more about the incident.
A car carrier collides with another vessel as the OOW on the bridge was immersed in the task of planning the next voyage on paper charts. Read more inside the article.
Miscommunication leads to a collision between a ro-ro ferry and a loaded tanker. Find out more about the accident inside the article.
Two tanks of a loaded vessel were ruptured on the port side and the vessel took a list when the master was unable to manoeuvre the loaded vessel quickly enough to avoid a collision with the beacon. Read more inside the article.
At 1428hrs on 9 February 2019, there was a collision between Greece-registered bulk carrier PIREAS and Malaysia vessel POLARIS in Singapore Territorial Waters within Singapore Port Limits off Tuas.