Viking Idun accidents and incidents
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- ship collision - 2019 (with an oil tanker near Terneuzen, Holland)
01 April 2019Ship Collision / Allision
On April 1, 2019, the riverboat collided with the oil tanker Chemical Marketer (IMO 9304291). The accident occurred on Westerschelde (Western Scheldt River/estuary of Scheldt River) and near Terneuzen (the southwestern Netherlands, Zeeland province). The cruise ship was en-route from Antwerp to Ghent (Belgium). The cargo vessel was loaded with petroleum. No injuries were reported.
The longship Idun sustained hull damage (close to the bow/front) and docked in Terneuzen for damage assessment. The cruise itinerary was modified, with complimentary bus transportation and land tours.
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