MS Vivienne accidents and incidents
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- collision - 2011 (with LPG gas carrier Lady Margaux)
|22 May 2011||Ship Collision / Allision|
On May 22, 2011, at ~ 1 am, while navigating on Rhine River (en-route from Basel to Rotterdam) the riverboat was hit by the cargo vessel Lady Margaux (LPG tanker ship, IMO 9124744). Under its own power, the riverboat (carrying 132 passengers plus 36 crew) docked in Emmerich where was evacuated.
The accident resulted in 7 injured (5 passengers and 2 crew sustained minor injuries) and no pollution (fuel leaks). The collision caused considerable damages (above waterline) to the boat and only minor damages to the cargo vessel.
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