Norrona ferry accidents and incidents

Norrona ferry cruise ship
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Cabins
318

Length (LOA)
166 m / 545 ft

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  • aground - 2004 (Torshavn, Faroes)
  • propulsion/power loss - 2007 (Shetland Islands, Scotland)
DateAccident
  17 November 2007Propulsion / Power Loss

On November 17, 2007, while navigating in heavy seas near Shetland Islands (Scotland), the ship lost power and started to roll. The accident resulted in heavily damaged stabilisers, 80 damaged cars (on Car Deck) and itinerary change (emergency stop in Lerwick, Mainland Shetland) for repairs.

  15 January 2004Ship Grounding

On January 15, 2004, upon arriving from Seydisfjordur (Iceland), the ship ran aground after hitting rocks in Port Torshavn (Streymoy Island, Faroes).

The accident was due to strong winds in the harbour and resulted in severe hull damage (10 m / 30 ft long tear). The liner started to take on water and its engine room was flooded. All passengers were offloaded. No injuries were reported.

Assisted by other vessels, the ferry was brought alongside and secured. Due to needed repairs, it was out of service until February. During the accident, the ferry operated on weekly crossings linking Torshavn with Hanstholm (Denmark) and Lerwick (Shetland Mainland, Scotland).

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