ms Eurodam accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's ms Eurodam cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 2525-passenger vessel owned by Holland America. Our ms Eurodam accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- fires - 2008, 2019
- power/propulsion loss - 2019 (in Kona Hawaii)
- deaths - overboard (2012)
- injuries/crimes - sexual (2016)
|25 May 2019||Fire Accident|
(CruiseMapper emailed accident report by Don Germaise / retired ABC Action News reporter) On Saturday, May 25, 2019, at approximately 11:20 pm, the Captain of Eurodam reported a fire in the incinerator room. Fire suppression teams were called in. Within 20 minutes, the captain announced that the fire was contained and not a threat.
The accident occurred while the ship was en-route from Ketchikan to Victoria BC, during 7-day Alaskan Explorer cruise (itinerary May 18-25) roundtrip from homeport Seattle WA to Alaska (Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan) and Canada (Victoria BC).
|23 April 2019||Propulsion / Power Loss|
On April 23, 2019, between 7 am and 4 pm, the liner remained berthed at Port Kailua (Hawaii Island) as scheduled. After boarding, all passengers were informed via ship's PA system about a propeller (propulsion unit) failure. The incident resulted in a delayed departure from Kailua (at ~9:30 pm). Due to needed emergency repairs, the itinerary was changed by canceling Port Ensenada (Mexico) and arriving early in homeport San Diego (on April 28 instead of April 29). According to Holland America Line, unmarked fishing nets got tangled on the propellers, which required a stop in San Diego in order the issue to be resolved.
The accident occurred during the 16-day "Circle Hawaii Cruise" (itinerary April 13-29) roundtrip from homeport San Diego California and visiting Lahaina Maui (April 19), Honolulu Oahu (April 20), Nawiliwili Kauai (April 21), Hilo Hawaii (April 22), Kailua-Kona and Ensenada (canceled).
The next scheduled itinerary - 4-day repositionig cruise (April 29 - May 3) from San Diego to Vancouver BC - was also altered. Port Victoria (BC Canada) was planned for May 2, but canceled as the departure from San Diego was rescheduled for May 2.
|14 January 2017||Other Incidents|
On January 14, 2017, the cruise ship set the industry’s record for “11th consecutive perfect health score” (CDC score 100). The vessel achieved it during an unannounced CDC inspection at homeport Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA).
These inspections are conducted twice a year for every cruise vessel. The score is based on a checklist involving various onboard areas and facilities. The assessment encompasses hygiene, sanitation, food (storage to preparation), galley cleanliness, water, personnel/crew, and the vessel as a whole.
“CDC” is an abbrev for “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention”. This is a US public health institute and a federal agency under the country’s Department of Health and Human Services. Its headquarters are near Atlanta, Georgia.
|28 May 2016||Crew / Passenger Crimes|
(sexual) On May 28, 2016, a 51-year-old male crew (employed on the ship as a bartender) was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a minor. While the vessel was docked in call port Livorno Italy, the man came across a group of school kids and allegedly molested sexually a 7-year old girl. An eyewitness of the incident alerted the accompanying teachers, while the crew member attempted to get away. The eyewitness also reported the incident to the local police authorities who arrested him.
|29 November 2012||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
(overboard) On November 29, 2012, a 42-year-old male passenger was presumed fell overboard. The man (Jason Rappe, of US origin) was reported missing by his wife. The ship was northwest of Puerto Rico and en-route to the Bahamas from USVI (St Thomas) on 7-day roundtrip itinerary from homeport Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) Florida.
At ~5 pm, the ship notified the USCG and turned around to join the conducted search operation. The USCG assets deployed to the area consisted of 2 ships and 1 helicopter. The body was never found.
|11 November 2008||Fire Accident|
On November 11, 2008, the ship reported an engine room fire. The incident started at ~4 am with the fire alarm and the Captain’s announcement via the PA system: The vessel’s Fire Suppression System activated and extinguished the fire.
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