ms Europa accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's ms Europa cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 408-passenger vessel owned by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. Our ms Europa accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- propulsion/power loss – 2010
- sea pollution - 2008 (Helsinki, Finland)
|04 March 2010||Propulsion / Power Loss|
On March 4, 2010, due to engine problems (1 of all 4 diesel engines malfunctioned), 3 itinerary segments (part of the "Hapag Lloyd World Cruise 2010) were canceled.
The ship continued from Nice (France) directly to Singapore, where the defective engine was replaced. The revised 17-day itinerary (May 4-21) had no call ports along the route. As compensation, all passengers received EUR 7990 pp, plus airfares for the flight from Europe to Asia (Frankfurt-Singapore). The voyage was available for booking with all-inclusive deals and on balcony staterooms only (no single cabin rates).
|07 September 2008||Sea Pollution|
On September 7, 2008, the ship was reported for water pollution at Katajanokka terminal (Helsinki, Finland). The accident happened when a bilge water channeling hose (connecting to a waste tank) broke loose from the berthed liner.
As a result, around 60 liters/ 16 gallons of high-pressure waste oil gushed from the hose, causing an oil spill. Due to clean-up works, the departure for St Petersburg (Russia) was delayed by ~30 min.
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