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Marine Accident Investigation Branch
Contact and grounding of a ro-ro passenger ferry while departing the Port of Calais, France.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has vacancies for three Inspectors of Marine Accidents.
Failure of a throw bag rescue line during a boat capsize drill in Widnes, England.
Grounding of a general cargo vessel in the approaches to the River Neath, Wales.
Fatal accident after a hatch cover fell on a berthed cargo vessel at Alexandra Dock, King's Lynn, England.
Capsize and sinking of a fishing vessel with the loss of 1 life off Plymouth, England.
Fatal man overboard from a fishing vessel while shooting creels off Cape Wrath, Scotland.
Air Marshal Sir Richard Frank Garwood, KBE, CB, DFC, has been appointed Chairman of the Tri-Branch Management Board.
Dragging anchor by a general cargo vessel leading to collisions with two other vessels on the River Humber, England.
Andrew Moll has been appointed as the new Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents.
Urgent bulletin on working in enclosed spaces issued after a fatal accident on fishing vessel Sunbeam at Fraserburgh, Scotland.
Container ship's heavy contact with quay and shore cranes while arriving at the port of Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates.
A collection of lessons learned from marine accidents.
Two incidents of unintentional release of carbon dioxide from fixed fire-extinguishing systems on roll on, roll off vessels while at sea.
Fatal man overboard from a stern trawler while berthed at Royal Quays Marina, North Shields.
Urgent safety lesson issued after keel failure led to the yacht Tyger of London capsizing off Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Update on the progress of the Priscilla investigation
Catastrophic engine failure resulting in a fire and injuries on board ro-ro passenger ferry Wight Sky
Fatal man overboard from a single-handed fishing vessel off the north-west coast of Scotland.
Grounding and loss of a commercially operated yacht at Cape Peninsula, South Africa.
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