Club Med 2 accidents and incidents
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- grounding - 2023 (Panama)
15 February 2023Ship Grounding
On February 15, 2023, at ~6 pm Panama time (~23:00 UTC) the cruise ship carrying a total of 316 passengers (plus 220 crew/staff) ran aground on a sandbank off Panama's coast (near Rio Sidra Island) after leaving the San Blas Archipelago. The boat remained stranded for 20+ hours and resumed operations on February 16th, following a damage assessment and a thorough inspection of the hull conducted by divers.
No damages, water ingress, pollution or injuries were reported.
The ship continued the voyage according to the itinerary, except for the next call port (Cartagena Colombia) where it arrived later than scheduled and remained overnight (Feb 17-19). Prior to San Blas Islands, Club Med 2 visited Philipsburg (St Maarten/Jan 25-26 overnight), La Romana (Dominicana/Feb 1-2 overnight), Havana (Cuba/Feb 7-9 overnight), and Colon (Panama/Feb 13-14 overnight). Following the grounding, Club Med 2 visited Santo Domingo Dominicana (Feb 21-22 overnight).
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