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Safety warning highlighting the hazards of flexible hose installations, following a fire on board a cargo ship while departing Hull, England.
Tug towing pennant failure while assisting a berthing operation in Southampton, England, resulting in damage to its wheelhouse windows and injuries to its crew.
Two men overboard from a prawn trawler in the Sound of Rùm, Scotland, with the loss of one life.
Four lives lost during a commercial stand up paddleboard tour accident at Haverfordwest Town Weir on the River Cleddau in Wales.
Fall of a suspended buoy from a workboat crane at a fish farm off the Isle of Muck, Scotland, resulting in serious injuries to a deckhand.
Statement from our Chief Inspector, Captain Andrew Moll OBE, at the start of this year's Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
Read our latest collection of lessons learned from marine accidents.
Capsize of a single-handed creel fishing vessel near Cairnbulg, Scotland, with the loss of one life.
Flooding and sinking of the survey workboat Bella in the approaches to Lynmouth, England.
Mooring deck accident on board a cargo vessel at Kavkaz South anchorage, Russia, with the loss of one life.
In our final Maritime Safety Week blog, Simon Graves and Graham Wilson explain how issuing a safety warning during an investigation can have an immediate effect.
We are taking the opportunity during this Maritime Safety Week to raise awareness of essential components for safer mooring operations.
The importance of the pilot ladder, by Bill Evans, Inspector of Marine Accidents.
As Maritime Safey Week begins, the MAIB will be publishing a series of blogs reiterating safety messages to the industry. Here Andrew Moll discusses fishing vessel safety.
Capsize and sinking of a whelk potter in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, with the loss of three lives
Capsize and sinking of a scallop dredger off Newhaven, England, with the loss of two lives.
Fatal person overboard from a single-handed creel fishing vessel, east of Torness Point, near Dunbar, Scotland.
This report provides information on the branch's activities during 2021.
Fatal person overboard from a motor cruiser at Great Yarmouth Yacht Station, River Bure, England.
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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