ms Koningsdam accidents and incidents
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- propulsion/power loss - 2019
- deaths - 2020 (drowning ashore/Half Moon Cay, Carnival Bahamas)
|13 January 2020||Crew / Passenger Deaths|
(drowning ashore) On January 13, 2020, while the ship was anchored at Half Moon Cay (Carnival Corporation-owned private island in The Bahamas), a male passenger drowned ashore. The adult man was discovered unresponsive and floating in the sea at ~1 pm. CPR was immediately rendered after he was retrieved from the water. The body was ambulanced to Rock Sound (Eleuthera) where at the Community Clinic he was pronounced dead.
The incident occurred at the beginning of 10-days Southern Caribbean Seafarer cruise (itinerary Jan 12-22)roundtrip from homeport Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) visiting Half Moon Cay (island stay 8 am - 3 pm), (Grand Turk Island (Cockburn Town), Dominican Republic (Amber Cove), Bonaire Island (Kralendijk), Curacao Island (Willemstad) and Aruba Island (Oranjestad).
(CruiseMapper email by Donna L) Holland America Koningsdam drowning - I was on this sailing and was witness to the incident.
|04 October 2019||Propulsion / Power Loss|
On October 4, 2019, while en-route from Malta to Italy and navigating in the Messina Strait, the cruise liner lost electrical power (and its azipod / thruster propulsion) during the Messina Strait passage. Via the PA system, the Captain announced that the issue was computer-related. The ship continued the passage with only one of its all 4 MAK diesel engines working. At ~1 pm was announced that two of the engines were operational and the onboard electricity was restored.
The accident occurred at the end of 12-day "Mediterranean Legends Cruise" (itinerary September 24 - October 6) roundtrip from homeport Civitavecchia-Rome to Dubrovnik (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Split (Croatia), Koper (Slovenia), Korcula (Croatia), Kerkyra (Corfu Island, Greece), Catania (Sicily), Valletta (Malta) and Naples.
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