Catálogo de naufragios Costa le la Muerte.

 

CATÁLOGO DE NAUFRAGIOS. COSTA DA MORTE- GALICIA.

Por Rafael Lema Mouzo.

Compendio actualizado en enero de 2014 de naufragios y siniestros marítimos en Galicia.

Apéndice ampliado y corregido a la obra del mismo autor “Costa da Morte, un país de sueños y naufragios”. GAC 3,

Malpica-A Coruña. 2011.

Portada: donCLIC - Soluciones Tecnológicas.

 

CATÁLOGO DE NAUFRAGIOS EN LA COSTA DA MORTE Y EN LAS COSTAS GALLEGAS.

 

https://www.espaciosub.es/masdocumentos/naufragios.pdf

New Diamond Fire – How it all unfolded

 

 

by Captain Chandra
Godakanda Arachchi
Member of Company of Master Mariners of Sri Lanka,
Gladstone LNG

The New Diamond––a 330-metre-long tanker ship built in Japan in 2000 with a cargo carrying capacity of nearly 300000 metric tonnes––loaded crude oil from Kuwait on 23rd September and was sailing to Paradip in India. It was due to reach the destination on 05th September. It was carrying 270,000 tonnes of crude oil (approximately 2.1 million barrels or 13.2 million litres).

The ship ran into trouble when the boiler exploded, according to media reports, around 7. 45 in the morning on 03 September. The ship was about 38 nautical miles off Sangama Kanda, when the incident occurred. The Hambantota Port Management was informed by the Navy around

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Casualties

Under SOLAS regulation I/21 and MARPOL articles 8 and 12, each Administration undertakes to conduct an investigation into any casualty occurring to ships under its flag subject to those conventions and to supply the Organization with pertinent information concerning the findings of such investigations. Article 23 of the Load Lines Convention also requires the investigation of casualties.

Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), article 94 on Duties of the flag State, paragraph 7, “Each State shall cause an inquiry to be held by or before a suitably qualified person or persons into every marine casualty or incident of navigation on the high seas involving a ship flying its flag and causing loss of life or serious injury to nationals

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3,174 maritime casualties and incidents reported in 2019

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 
 
Above image is used for illustration purposes only

 

EMSA released its annual review of maritime casualties reporting the total of 3,174 casualties and incidents, highlighting that in the last 5 years the average number  of marine casualties or incidents recorded in EMCIP is 3239; The number of very serious casualties has been steady over the last five years.

Overall, 2017's maritime casualties were a total of 3,301, whereas in 2018 EMSA reported of a decrease in marine casualties, in comparison to the previous year.

The report is based on statistics on marine casualties and incidents that: involve ships flying a flag of one of the EU Member States; occur within EU Member States’ territorial sea and internal waters as defined in UNCLOS; or

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Fomento atribúe máis da metade dos accidentes marítimos en Galicia a que a tripulación non percibiu o risco

venres 21, decembro 2018

Dispositivo de rescate tras o afundimento do 'Sin Querer Dos' © Gardacostas de Galicia

As investigacións xa rematadas de 19 sinistros dos tres últimos anos, con sete mortos, atribúen oito afundimentos e outros varios tipos de sinistros ao exceso de confianza dos patróns ou mariñeiros, combinado nalgúns casos con malas condicións marítimas, fronte a cinco casos de fallos materiais ou avarías

Os catro mortos e un desaparecido nos dous afundimentos de pesqueiros rexistrados nas últimas horas en Galicia supoñen a peor xornada para o sector do mar no

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