MS Nordlys accidents and incidents
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- fire - 2011 (near Alesund Norway)
|15 September 2011||Fire Accident|
In the morning on September 15, 2011, the ship suffered an engine room fire accident, which resulted in 2 dead and 16 injured crew. All the 207 passengers and the 53 crew (total 55) were evacuated, mainly via lifeboats.
The fire broke out when the vessel was near Alesund Norway. The cruise ship was later assisted by emergency vessels dispatched from Alesund. Around 100 passengers were evacuated via lifeboats, the rest passengers and crew were offloaded via improvised gangways to the pier. All were accommodated to local hotels.
On September 16, the emergency teams had to pump water out from the ship to prevent capsizing, as it started tilting critically at nearly 22 degrees. Using additional pumps, by the evening the ship slowly righted itself to 16 degrees list.
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