This website uses cookies and local storage. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies and local storage.

MS Arrecife accidents and incidents

MS Arrecife cruise ship
Rating:

Former names
Salamis Filoxenia, Van Gogh (Club Cruise), Odessa Sky, Gruziya (ferry)

Length (LOA)
157 m / 515 ft

  Tracker   Ship Wiki

CruiseMapper's MS Arrecife cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 795-passenger vessel owned by Pampa Cruises Argentina (Small Cruise Lines). Our MS Arrecife accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

Here are also reported latest updates on cruise law news related to ashore and shipboard crimes still investigated by the police. Among those could be arrests, filed lawsuits against the shipowner / cruise line company, charges and fines, grievances, settled / withdrawn legal actions, lost cases, Norovirus, etc.

  • ship collision - 2004 (with oil tanker Spetses in Western Mediterranean)

The vessel was previously operated under the names Gruziya ferry (1975-1995, by Black Sea Shipping Company USSR), Odessa Sky (1995-1999, by Blasco UK), Van Gogh (1999-2009, by Club Cruise), Salamis Filoxenia (2009-2018, by Salamis Lines) and MS Arrecife (since 2019 by Pampa Cruises).

DateAccident
  27 September 2004Ship Collision / Allision

(Van Gogh) On September 27, 2004, after just 10 min into its inaugural cruise (as Van Gogh), the liner collided with the Greek-flagged oil tanker Spetses (1996-built, IMO 9107710). The collision was due to dense fog. The cruise ship was carrying 492 passengers and was en-route from Gibraltar to Tangiers (Morocco).

The cruise vessel ran into tanker's starboard side, sustaining bow damage. The bulbous bow was also damaged, so it had to return back to Gibraltar for repairs. No injuries or sea pollution were reported.

You can add more details on reported here accident or submit new / your own MS Arrecife ship incident ("Cruise Minus" report) via CruiseMapper's contact form.