Arosa Mia accidents and incidents

Arosa Mia cruise ship


Length (LOA)
125 m / 410 ft

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  • collision / allision - 2014 (bridge crash, Jochenstein Locks, Untergriesbach Germany / Danube River)

18 August 2014Ship Collision / Allision

(bridge crash accident) On August 18, 2014, the Arosa riverboat Mia hit a bridge on Danube River, while passing through Jochenstein Locks (Untergriesbach, Passau Germany).

As a result of the collision, the ship's Wheelhouse / Bridge was sheared off and the vessel became inoperable.

All the 192 passengers were disembarked and the cruise was canceled. Some passengers were bused to Passau, and some transferred to the fleet mate Arosa Bella. The boat underwent dock repairs in Linz Austria and resumed service on August 25.

Damages to the Arosa Mia boat was estimated at EUR 150,000. Two of the next scheduled itineraries were canceled.

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

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