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Something exploded and caught fire at Lome. Maybe tanker, maybe boxship, maybe both.
Explosion followed by fire occurred on board of Nigerian cargo ship GOD S LOVE at Lome port, Togo, on May 15. One crew died, several were injured, was reportedly, extinguished. It is not clear what this GOD S LOVE ship is. According to IMO number (looking still valid, with operational AIS), it s a container ship broken up long time ago, and simultaneously, it s a tanker, positioned at Lome. Take your guess.
3 navy sailors in hospital after crash at CFB Esquimalt.
Three navy sailors at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt are in hospital after a small vessel crashed into a buoy near Victoria on Friday.
The collision happened before noon when the specialized rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB) the sailors were travelling in struck a Royal Canadian Navy mooring buoy outside Esquimalt Harbour.
154 seafarers arrive by bus, quarantined at Vasco hotels - Economic Times
After a seafarer who entered the state from Mumbai was found positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, the state government is working to get companies to disembark their crew directly at the port in Goa. "We are in talks with companies and making efforts to get ships to disembark their Goan crew in Goa itself. We are trying to get the next vessel with around 300 Goans to bring them here directly ," Reddy said.
Pretoria cruise ship worker stuck on long voyage home - Independent Online
Pretoria s Jessica van Rooyen has been working on cruise ships for more than seven years, but nothing could have prepared her for the 8 000 nautical mile voyage she s currently on.
Van Rooyen, who works as an art auctioneer on the Carnival Cruise Line, is one of 10 000 crew who were unable to fly home before international lockdowns kicked in, and are instead sailing back.
Korean fishing vessel abandoned deep in South Atlantic, 40 crew understood rescued - Maritime Bulletin
Fishing vessel KOSTAR is reported on May 15 abandoned, adrift deep in South Atlantic, 575 nm WSW of Tristan da Cunha Island. No news on crew, which should consist of some 43 people (according to ship s particulars), but most likely, crew were rescued by another Korean fishing vessel KINGSTAR (IMO 8916009). As of 0500 UTC May 15, AIS was still on. Whatever accident befell KOSTAR, it took place sometime during May 12-14. No information on what exactly happened, though in the majority of fishing vessels abandonment accidents, when it happens on high seas, major fire was involved.
Five USS Theodore Roosevelt Sailors Test Positive For Coronavirus, Again - KPBS
Five sailors aboard the San Diego-based USS Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for COVID-19 a second time and have since been removed from the ship, according to the Navy.
The sailors developed influenza-like symptoms and reported to medical staff, then were placed in isolation off-ship, according to a Navy statement. The Navy also moved a number of sailors off the ship because they had interacted closely with the five positive cases.
Cruise ship performer finally home in Indiana ' Thestar ' kpcnews.com - KPCnews.com
After months stuck at sea with his cruise ship s crew, Auburn native Reggie Berg is back on dry land in Indiana.
Following a marathon journey from Manila, The Philippines, Berg arrived at his parents home in Fort Wayne late on Mother s Day.
The successful trip came after several disappointments in which hopes of getting off his ship were dashed.
Sailor docks in New Zealand after 3 months at sea to find world changed by COVID-19 - WFLA
It would be tough to find someone who s done a better job of social distancing than Bill Norrie - the Canadian sailor has been at sea alone for the last three months. The 67-year-old retiree, whose only knowledge of COVID-19 came from the tidbits his wife shared via a satellite connection, recently arrived in Christchurch, New Zealand to find a changed world.
Flight of migrant labourers hit Alang ship recycling yards
Migrant labourers are leaving ship breaking yards at Alang, Gujarat in droves, thus adding further strain on the embattled ship recyclers smarting under the after effect of the coronavirus outbreak.