Ocean Gala accidents and incidents
MS Island Escape (Thomson Cruises), Viking Serenade (Royal Caribbean ), MS Stardancer (Royal Admiral Cruises), MS Scandinavia (DFDS Seaways)
190 m / 623 ft
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- propulsion/power loss – 2012
Previously, the vessel was operated under the names Scandinavia (1982-1985 by DFDS Seaways), Stardancer (1985-1990 by Sundance Cruises and Royal Admiral Cruises), Viking Serenade (1990-2002 by Royal Caribbean), Island Escape (2002-2015 by Thomson Cruises / now Marella Cruises) and Ocean Gala (since 2017 by US Shipmanagers).
|27 October 2012||Propulsion / Power Loss|
(Thomson's MS Island Escape) On October 27, 2012, the ship suffered a power loss resulting in drifting at sea. Onboard, there was a total blackout for ~2 hours.
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