Stena Europe ferry accidents and incidents
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- propulsion/power loss - 2003
- ship collision - 2012 (Rosslare-Europort, Ireland, with Oscar Wilde ferry)
|26 October 2012||Ship Collision / Allision|
On October 26, 2012, in the evening, during docking in Rosslare Europort (Ireland), the ship collided with the Oscar Wilde ferry (operated by IRISH FERRIES). Stena ship's crew and passengers were safe, but the return crossing was canceled. The ship Oscar Wilde sustained only minor damages and departed at 11 pm.
|January 2003||Propulsion / Power Loss|
In January 2003, the ship lost power while navigating close to Tuskar Rock, off Ireland's coast. The vessel was disabled and drifting for ~3 hours in heavy winds (speeds up to 85 kph / 50 mph). Five helicopters were ready to be deployed for the evacuation of all the 155 passengers and 65 crew. However, the rescue operation was aborted as the ship's engineering crew managed to restore power.
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