Saga Pearl II accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Saga Pearl II cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 512-passenger vessel owned by Saga Ocean Cruises (Saga Cruises). Our Saga Pearl II accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- collision - 2018 (with anchored yachts in Dartmouth Harbour, Devon, England)
- medevacs - 2018 (Algarve Portugal)
The vessel was previously known as mv Astoria (1981-2009 November), when was acquired by Saga Cruises (UK). In 2012 the ship was renamed "Quest for Adventure", then "Saga Pearl 2" again in November 2013.
|24 November 2018||Coast Guard Medevacs|
On November 24, 2018, a 75-year-old male passenger was medevaced by a Portuguese coastguard vessel, approx 4 km (2 ml) off Algarve coast (mainland Portugal's southernmost region). The elderly British man was as suffering health problems.
The cruise liner contacted Portimao Maritime Police at ~11 am, requesting medical evacuation. He was offloaded (together with two companions) on a CG lifeboat dispatched from Ferragudo. They were transported to Ferragudo, from where was ambulanced to Portimao Hospital for treatment. During the medevac, the man was conscious and in stable condition, but his chronic illness required special medical care that could not be provided on the cruise ship.
The incident occurred during 17-day "The Moorish Mediterranean" cruise (itinerary Nov 13-30) roundtrip from homeport Portsmouth England to Lisbon, Tangier, Melilla, Algiers, Port Mahon (Menorca Island), Motril, Malaga, and Ceuta.
|29 August 2018||Ship Collision / Allision|
On August 29, 2018, while maneuvering in Dartmouth Harbour (Devon, England UK), the cruise ship (assisted by a pilot boat run by the harbourmaster) crashed into 4 anchored yachts. The boats suffered only minor ("superficial") damages. No injuries were reported.
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