Louis Aura accidents and incidents

Louis Aura cruise ship

Former names
Starward, Bolero, Orient Queen, Aegean Queen, Aegean

Length (LOA)
160 m / 525 ft

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CruiseMapper's Louis Aura cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 895-passenger vessel owned by Scrapped Cruise Ships. Our Louis Aura accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • deaths - 2007 (crew)
  • scrapped in Alang India on July 17, 2018.

Previously, the vessel was operated under the names MS Starward (1968-1995 by NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line), MS Bolero (1995-2006 by Festival Cruises / now defunct), MS Orient Queen (2006-2013 by Louis Cruises), Louis Aura (2013-2017 by Louis Cruises / rebranded in 2015 to "Celestyal Cruises") and Aegean Queen (2017-2018 by Etstur Turkey).

14 May 2007Crew / Passenger Deaths

(MS Orient Queen) On May 14, 2007, a male crew was killed and another male crew seriously injured in call port Mykonos Island (Greece). The accident was caused by a snapped mooring line and occurred during maneuvering for docking. Both men were of Indonesian origin. The injured crew was in serious condition and hospitalized.

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