Delft Seaways ferry accidents and incidents
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- propulsion / power loss - 2007 (Dover England)
In the period 2006-2010, the vessel was operated under the name "Maersk Delft" by Norfolkline (Maersk-owned shipping company, acquired by DFDS Seaways in July 2010.
29 January 2007Propulsion / Power Loss
(Maersk Delft) On January 29, 2007, the ship suffered power loss while en-route to Dover from Vlissingen Holland (where was drydocked for refit at Scheldeport Dockyard). The accident was due to a computer error. Assisted by two tugboats, the vessel was towed into Dover Harbour from the eastern entrance and anchored.
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