Almariya ferry accidents and incidents

Almariya ferry cruise ship

Former names
Olau Hollandia, Nord Gotlandia, Nordlandia, Isabella I

Length (LOA)
153 m / 502 ft

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CruiseMapper's Almariya ferry cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 1865-passenger vessel owned by TRASMEDITERRANEA (Ferries). Our Almariya ferry accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • pier collision - 2006 (Tallinn Estonia)
  • propulsion/power loss - 2003 (Helsinki Finland)

28 October 2006Ship Collision / Allision

(pier collision) On October 28, 2006, during a severe storm, the ship collided with Port Tallinn's quay (dock). The allision resulted in above waterline hull damage (hole). The ship re-entered service on November 1.

Note: Actually, this type of marine accidents is called “allision” (striking a fixed object) as opposed to “collision” (striking another vessel).

30 April 2003Propulsion / Power Loss

On April 30, 2003, the ship damaged one of its propellers upon leaving Port Helsinki. The vessel had to be docked in Naantali (southwestern Finland) for 5 days for repairs.

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