Incidenten op het water / aan de kust buitenland 2018

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Reactie #60 Gepost op: 9 augustus 2018, 09:34:51
Two Rescued After Yacht Collides with Cargo Ship in English Channel

http://gcaptain.com/two-rescued-after-yacht-collides-with-cargo-ship-in-english-channel/


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Reactie #61 Gepost op: 9 augustus 2018, 21:34:20
Italy Uncovers Massive Load of Hash in Ship’s Fuel Tanks

ROME, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Italian police said on Thursday they found 20 tonnes of hash worth as much as 200 million euros ($232 million) in the fuel tanks of a Panama-flagged ship that was stopped in international waters and escorted to Sicily.

The research and survey vessel Remus left the Canary Islands bound for Egypt and Turkey, but police surveillance showed it had turned off its position transmitter near the coast of North Africa, raising investigators’ suspicions

http://gcaptain.com/italy-uncovers-massive-load-of-hash-in-ships-fuel-tanks/


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Reactie #62 Gepost op: 10 augustus 2018, 09:40:08
Investigation Fails to Pinpoint Cause of Sewol Ferry Sinking

This week, an eight-member panel appointed by the South Korean government to investigate the 2014 capsizing and sinking of the Sewol ferry released its findings from the investigation, failing to pinpoint an exact cause.

Instead, the panel concluded that the sinking could have been due to problems with the ship, such as a sudden turn, excessive cargo load, or stability or buoyancy issues created by substandard refurbishing, or external factors, such as collision with a submarine or other unknown objects, Yonhap News reported.

Investigators have said previously that the ferry was structurally unsound, overloaded and traveling too fast on a turn when it capsized on April 16, 2014 off the southwestern tip of South Korea, killing 304 people. Most of the victims were children attending a high school field trip

http://gcaptain.com/investigation-fails-to-pinpoint-cause-of-sewol-ferry-sinking/