Alaskan Dream accidents and incidents
32 m / 105 ft
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- aground - 2018 (near Sitka Alaska)
|30 June 2018||Ship Grounding|
On June 30, 2018, the ship ran aground on a shallow beach in Olga Strait, approx 20 km (12 mi) northeast of Sitka (Alaska). No injuries were reported.
Tour boat St Eugene (owned by Allen Marine Tours) assisted Alaskan Dream, taking all 43 passengers and 10 crew and transporting them to Allen Marine’s dock at Jamestown Bay (Sitka AK). USCG cutter Anacapa arrived and remained through the turn of the tide to inspect the vessel for hull damages as it was refloated.
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