Celestyal Discovery accidents and incidents

Celestyal Discovery cruise ship

Former names
Miray MV Lara, AIDAaura

Length (LOA)
203 m / 666 ft

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  • propulsion/power loss – 2007

20 December 2007Propulsion / Power Loss

On December 22, 2007, while en-route Genoa (Italy) to Palma de Mallorca (Spain), the ship suffered a propulsion failure. The vessel had just left the Genoa shipyard (after completing a scheduled drydock) and had to return back for repairs. The next scheduled Transatlantic cruise from Palma to the Caribbean) was cancelled.

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