Oceania Insignia accidents and incidents
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- former names: R One, Columbus 2
- fire – 2014
- deaths – 2014 (3 crew, during the fire)
- injuries/crimes – 2014 (5 crew, during the fire)
- medevacs – 2017
|11 December 2014||
On December 11, 2014, two contractors and one crew died in an engine room accident while the ship was docked in call port Castries (St Lucia Island, Caribbean). Two other contractors and three crew suffered heavy injuries (severe burns) and were ambulanced to a hospital. Dead men’s names and nationalities were not disclosed. No injuries among cruise passengers were reported.
All passengers (~600) were disembarked and flown back home. The 10-day cruise (itinerary December 7-17) from San Juan Puerto Rico to Miami was officially cancelled. The vessel was towed back to San Juan for repairs. It re-entered service on March 22, 2015, with a pre-scheduled (for January 10, 2015) world cruise (altered itinerary) leaving from Singapore.
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