MV Coral Discoverer accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's MV Coral Discoverer cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 72-passenger vessel owned by Coral Expeditions Australia (Small Cruise Lines). Our MV Coral Discoverer 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 – 2009 (crew)
- injuries/crimes – 2010 (crew)
The vessel was previously operated under the names Oceanic Princess, and Oceanic Discoverer.
|25 July 2010||Crew / Passenger Injuries and Overboards|
(MS Oceanic Discoverer) On July 25, 2010, another 34-year-old male crew (again of Australian origin) was reported in critical condition after being crushed by a hydraulic fire door. The accident again occurred during a safety drill, while the ship was docked in Napier (New Zealand).
The man remained trapped for 5 min, then immediately transported by an ambulance for surgery for the sustained injuries to the chest, abdomen and the pelvis. Due to investigations, the departure to Marlborough Sounds was delayed with 1 day.
|19 February 2009||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
(MS Oceanic Discoverer) On February 19, 2009, a 34-year-old crew was reported in critical condition. The man (of Australian origin) was crushed by a hydraulic door. The accident occurred during a fire drill, while the ship was moored in Hawkes Bay (New Zealand).
The ship was on a 12-day cruise from Auckland NZ to Milford Sound. On March 10, the man died from sustained injuries.
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