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Ship in freight only service due to Covid-19 infections
There was no passenger ferry service running between the Channel Islands and Portsmouth after cabin crew of the 'Commodore Clipper' tested positive for Covid-19. A decision was made for theferry to run a freight only service on Feb 3, 2022. Impacted passengers have been transferred to additional sailings running on Thursday from Poole. The ship will continue to run as a freight only service between Portsmouth and the islands until Feb 5. Passengers have been transferred to services from Poole running on Feb 3, 4 and 7.
Medevac off Yarmouth
A passenger was taken off the "Commodore Clipper" on Oct 5, 2018, by a lifeboat after falling ill during a crossing to the Channel Islands en route to the Islands from Portsmouth. The passenger with a pre-existing medical condition was attended to by the team on board. Their condition was assessed and medical advice recommended further treatment ashore. The Yarmouth lifeboat was therefore called to meet the ship approximately 12 miles south-west of the Isle of Wight and the casualty transferred.
Welding fumes triggered fire alarm
In the morning of Sep 28, 2017, welding fumes triggered a fire alarm on board of the "Commodore Clipper" which was undergoing maintenance at the A&P Falmouth Ltd. Shipyard in Falmouth docks. Two fire crews were sent to the ship, which was in dry dock. As it turned out that there was no fire on board, the fire brigade could be stood down again.News schreiben