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5 May 2022 — News story
Fatal person overboard from a motor cruiser at Great Yarmouth Yacht Station, River Bure, England.
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Catastrophic engine failure on a ro-ro passenger ferry at the entrance to Lymington River, England followed by, a few months later, a second failure at Lymington Pier.
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10 March 2022 — News story
Safety warning issued after the initial investigation into a cargo ship fire found blocked fixed CO2 fire extinguishing system pilot hoses.
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Collision between a rigid inflatable boat and a personal watercraft in the Menai Strait, Wales with loss of 1 life.
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