Pride of Rotterdam ferry accidents and incidents
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- deaths – 2008 (overboard)
|02 December 2008||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
(overboard) On December 2, 2008, at ~6 am, a male crew was reported missing and presumably fell overboard. The ship was in the North Sea, off UK's coast (Norfolk, England). The conducted search and rescue operation included 8 lifeboats and 2 helicopters dispatched from RAF Leconfield and Wattisham. The man's body was not found.
The ship was en-route from Rotterdam Holland to The Humber (Northern England). The man was last seen at around midnight, and probably went overboard approx 20 ml / 30 km off Wells Next The Sea beach (Norfolk).
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