Hamnavoe ferry accidents and incidents
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- propulsion/power loss - 2015 (Stromness, Mainland Orkney), 2019 (Stromness)
|01 April 2019||Propulsion / Power Loss|
In the morning on April 1, 2019, upon arrival in homeport Stromness, MV Hamnavoe required tug assistance for berthing after developing an engine problem. AT 11.30 am, the ferryboat Graemsay (1996-built, MMSI 235019173) was called to assist the cruise ship docking.
During the berthing, one of Hamnavoe's stern mooring lines snapped and the vessel pivoted out from its berth. MS Graemsay managed to push it back into position. Hamnavoe's engine malfunction was quickly fixed and the ship continued with its crossing schedule.
|20 May 2015||Propulsion / Power Loss|
On May 20, 2015, the ship developed engine issues (damaged hull vibration damper) and was taken out of service until May 23rd. All the scheduled Serco NorthLink crossings between Stromness and Scrabster were canceled.
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