Accidentes marítimos 2019

Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents 2019.pdf

El naufragio del "Senefand Uno" sigue sin el informe de Fomento dos años después

 

-El suceso se cobró la vida del patrón marinés Vicente Pazos y de dos marineros senegaleses -Todo apunta a que el barco vigués escoró debido a un problema durante el izado de la carga

Vigo

08·02·19 | 02:10


 

El "Senefand Uno" en una fotografía de archivo. // FdV

El arrastrero vigués Senefand Uno se hundió hace hoy justo dos años frente las costas de Senegal, país en el que faenaba. En aquel siniestro perdieron la vida tres de las once personas que formaban la tripulación y que no aparecieron, entre ellos el patrón marinés Vicente Pazos. La principal hipótesis -barajada desde el primer momento- es que el siniestro se produjo debido a un problema durante el izado de la carga, lo que provocó el vuelco

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“Villa de Pitanxo” un barco bajo sospechaAfter Suez Canal Obstruction, Another Evergreen Cargo Vessel Runs Aground In US

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A giant container ship, Ever Forward, that got stuck at around 9 pm on Sunday in the US' Chesapeake Bay, has been disrupting global trade. Read further.

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Anwesha Majumdar
                    

Image: AP

 

A giant container ship that got stuck in the largest estuary in the United States, Chesapeake Bay over the weekend, has been disrupting global trade. Several efforts are now being done to refloat the container by the Coast Guard and the Maryland Department of the Environment, CBS Baltimore reported. This incident took place a year after the ‘Ever Given’, container ship, obstructed the Suez Canal for a week.  

According to the US Coast Guard, Ever Forward, the 1,095-foot container ship, came aground in the Craighill Channel at

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Another Evergreen Cargo Vessel Runs Aground In US

RepublicWorld.com

A giant container ship, Ever Forward, that got stuck at around 9 pm on Sunday in the US' Chesapeake Bay, has been disrupting global trade. Read further.

Written By
 
Anwesha Majumdar
                    

Image: AP

 

A giant container ship that got stuck in the largest estuary in the United States, Chesapeake Bay over the weekend, has been disrupting global trade. Several efforts are now being done to refloat the container by the Coast Guard and the Maryland Department of the Environment, CBS Baltimore reported. This incident took place a year after the ‘Ever Given’, container ship, obstructed the Suez Canal for a week.  

According to the US Coast Guard, Ever Forward, the 1,095-foot container ship, came aground in the Craighill Channel at

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El "Villa de Pitanxo"se hundio en esta zona