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3 December 2021 — News story
Collision in fog between a fishing vessel and cargo ship off Tynemouth, England.
4 November 2021 — News story
Safety warning issued following a fatal crushing injury to a crewman on the upper vehicle deck of a roll-on roll-off ferry during cargo loading operations.
14 October 2021 — News story
Capsize of a motor cruiser in the Camel Estuary, near Padstow, Cornwall, England with loss of 1 life.
1 October 2021 — News story
A collection of lessons learned from marine accidents.
30 September 2021 — News story
On World Maritime Day 2021, Chief Inspector Andrew Moll considers the importance of training and equipping seafarers to meet a rapidly accelerating pace of change.
22 September 2021 — News story
Fatality during a hatch cover lifting operation on a general cargo vessel at Antwerp, Belgium.
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