AIDAnova accidents and incidents
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- fire - 2018 (during sea trials)
|24 October 2018||Fire Accident|
In the morning of October 24, 2018, in Eemshaven (Groningen, Holland) was reported a fire accident on the cruise liner. The Dutch police suspected arson and started an investigation. The scheduled 6-day sea trials were canceled.
The liner remained anchored in the harbour during the investigation. Most of the staff and crew stayed overnight on the ship. Vessel's owner (the German shipbuilding company Meyer Werft GmbH) scheduled the official delivery to AIDA Cruises for November 15, 2018.
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