RCGS Resolute accidents and incidents
MS Hanseatic (Hapag-Lloyd), Society Adventurer
122 m / 400 ft
CruiseMapper's RCGS Resolute cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 146-passenger vessel owned by One Ocean Expeditions (Small Cruise Lines). Our RCGS Resolute accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- fire - 2013 (Bredo Shipyard, Bremerhaven Germany)
- aground - 2005 (near Leroy Island, Norway)
- ship seizure - 2019 (in Iqaluit / Nunavut Canada)
The vessel was previously operated under the names Society Adventurer (1991-1997 by Hanseatic Tours), MS Hanseatic (1997-2018 by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises) and RCGS Resolute (since 2018 by One Ocean Expeditions).
|09 August 2019||Other Incidents|
On August 9, 2019, the vessel RCGS Resolute was arrested for several hours after anchoring in call port Iqaluit (Baffin Island, Nunavut Canada). The ship was seized after Nunavut's police received a warrant from Halifax' Federal Court.
The claim was filed by Atship Services Ltd (1994-founded, Nova Scotia-based port agency) and listed as defendants the shipowner (Bunnys Adventure and Cruise Shipping/Bahamas-based) and the ship charterer (One Ocean Expeditions/BC Canada-based). It stated that the defendants owned the Canadian company ~CAD 100,000 (~USD 75,000) for provided services. As the allegations were not proven in court, the vessel was released later on the same day and continued on the voyage.
|13 June 2013||Fire Accident|
(MS Hanseatic) On June 13, 2013, while the vessel was drydocked at Bredo Shipyard (Bremerhaven Germany), a shipyard fire broke. The accident caused a drydock delay as additional repairs were required. As a result, the scheduled for June 17 and July 4 cruises were cancelled.
|21 August 2005||Ship Grounding|
(MS Hanseatic) On August 21, 2005, the ship ran aground near Leroy Island (Arctic Norway). The accident resulted in serious hull damage (5 m / 16 ft hole), but the vessel remained stable and proceeded to Bodo Norway. In Bodo, the cruise was officially cancelled. All passengers were disembarked and flown back to Germany. The ship had to enter drydock for repairs.
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