Pride of Hull ferry accidents and incidents
215 m / 705 ft
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- fires - 2008, 2020
|20 October 2020||Fire Accident|
On October 20, 2020, shortly after departing out of homeport Hull England (at 8.30 pm BST) en route to Rotterdam Holland, the cruiseferry caught fire and lost power/propulsion. Carrying a total of 264 people (passengers and crew), Pride of Hull became stranded overnight in Humber River (close to Immingham).
The cruise ship lost power after flames engulfed the aft engine room. The fire was quickly extinguished by the crew. No injuries were reported. Back up generators continued to provide electricity to all decks. To the scene were deployed lifeboats and other assisting vessels by ABP (Associated British Ports) and HM Coastguard.
The fire was reported at ~9 pm BST (~10 pm UTC) and the drifting ship anchored in Humber River. To assist were initially deployed two tugboats and a lifeboat from RNLI Humber Lifeboat Station. Passenger evacuation was deemed unnecessary.
On October 21, the cruiseferry was towed back to Port Hull for damage assessment. Temporarily, the fleetmate Pride of Bruges (serving the Hull-Zeebrugge route) replaced Pride of Hull on the Hull-Rotterdam route.
|10 December 2008||Fire Accident|
On December 10, 2008, at ~5:30 am while navigating in the North Sea and en-route from Rotterdam Holland to Kingston upon Hull (Yorkshire, England), the ship suffered an engine room fire. It was quickly extinguished and no injuries were reported.
During the accident, the ferry was disabled (both engines shut down) and drifting approx 80 km / 50 ml from homeport Hull.
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