Hebridean Sky accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Hebridean Sky cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 120-passenger vessel owned by Noble Caledonia (Small Cruise Lines). Our Hebridean Sky accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- boat rescue - 2009 (the fleetmate MS Corinthian, Antarctica)
The vessel was previously operated under the names Renaissance VII (by Renaissance Cruises), Regina Renaissance, Renai I, Sun, Island Sun, Corinthian II (by Travel Dynamics International), MV Sea Explorer, and Hebridean Sky (since 2017).
|28 December 2009||
(MS Corinthian II) On December 28, 2009, the ship assisted the fleetmate MS Corinthian, which suffered a propeller damage after hitting a rock off Petermann Island (Graham Land, Antarctica). Corinthian 2 took all passengers from the damaged vessel and escorted it back to homeport Ushuaia (Argentina). Both ships arrived in Ushuaia on December 30.
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