Knossos Palace ferry accidents and incidents

Knossos Palace ferry cruise ship
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Former names
Cruise Bonaria

Length (LOA)
214 m / 702 ft

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  • fire - 2003 (Mediterranean Sea, near Crete Island, Greece)
DateAccident
  19 November 2003Fire Accident

On November 19, 2003, the ship was approx 75 km (45 mi) northwest of Crete Island (Heraklion, Greece) and en-route from Piraeus-Athens when a fire broke out in the cargo deck. It was caused by a truck carrying flammable chemicals.

The fire was quickly extinguished by the ship's sprinkler system, but damaged cables powering the passenger drawbridge, which became inoperable. To disembark the passengers in Heraklion was used an airstair brought to the ferry port from Heraklion International Airport.

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