Engine malfunction caused lock allision
The 'Oakglen', while proceeding into the Welland Canal lock 2, suffered a malfunction of the main engine and subsequently slammed into the ship arrestor cable, on Aug 25, 2019. Repairs were carried out aboard the vessel, which was later cleared to proceed to wharf 2. It berthed in Port Weller on Aug 26.
Engine failure in Eisenhower lock
The 'Oakglen' suffered a failure of the main engine and generators, caused by a malfunction of the cooling system, at the Eisenhower Lock in position 44 58 45.6 N, 74 50 58.8 W, on Aug 3, 2019, at 09.15 a.m. After repairs were carried out by the crew, the vessel continued its voyage from Montreal to Port Colborne, where it arrived on Aug 5 around 1 a.m.
Engine loss on St. Lawrence River
The "Oakglen" suffered a partial loss of main engine power due to an engine failure in the St. Lawrence River off Batiscan, Quebec, in position 46 29 02 N, 072 14 19 W, on June 9, 2019, at 1.30p.m. The crew carried out emergency repairs and the vessel continued at reduced speed to Sorel, Quebec, for repairs. The ship sailed again on June 11 at 8 p.m. and headed to Havre St. Pierre, ETA June 13, 8 a.m.Upload News