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Fatal accident involving the capsize and full inversion of a self-righting keelboat on Windermere, Cumbria.
Fatal accident in an enclosed space on board the fishing vessel Sunbeam in Fraserburgh, Scotland.
Chief Inspector issues Notification of Direction to Prohibit Access to the wreck of Joanna C
Fatal accident during cargo operations on Karina C while in Seville, Spain.
Today, we have issued our Marine Accident Statistics report for 2019.
Our Chief Inspector, Captain Andrew Moll, makes a statement at the start of this year's Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
Fatal collision between 2 fire and rescue service boats on the River Cleddau, Wales.
Warning issued after the loss of 2 lives from carbon monoxide poisoning on board a motor cruiser moored on the River Ouse in York.
A collection of lessons learned from marine accidents.
Fatal man overboard from a single-handed creel boat at Loch Carnan, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
Grounding and recovery of a container feeder vessel and a tug in the approaches to the Humber Estuary.
Loss of cargo containers overboard from a container ship while on passage in the North Pacific Ocean.
Near miss between a ro-ro ferry and a submerged submarine in the North Channel between Belfast, Northern Ireland and Cairnryan, Scotland.
Memorandum of Understanding agreed between the MAIB and the Cateogry 1 registries of the Red Ensign Group.
Capsize of a fishing vessel off Brora, Scotland with the loss of 1 life.
Inspector of marine accidents and ex-commercial fisherman Sean Friday shares his views on the challenges facing commercial fishing and his journey to the MAIB.
Our Chief Inspector, Captain Andrew Moll, makes a statement at the start of this year's Maritime Safety Week.
This report provides information on the branch's activities during 2019.
Injuries to two crewmen on a general cargo vessel while berthed in Campbeltown, Scotland.
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