The 'Queen Elizabeth', en route from Sydney to Bali with 2100 people on board, encountered a Covid-19 outbreak and was diverted to Fremantle on Nov 26, 2022. There was an elevated level of transmission on board. The ship had left the port of Sydney on Nov 15, a 17-day tour, stopping at Airlie Beach, Cairns, Port Douglas, and Darwin, but will cut short the final week of its tour and head straight to Fremantle with an ETA as of Nov 30.
A passenger who went overboard from the cruise ship 'Carnival Valor' was located by the crew of the 'Crinis' after apparently treading water for a day and rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter 20 miles off Southwest Pass, La., in the night of Nov 24, 2022. The 28-year-old man was reported as missing by the crew of the 'Carnival Valor' to the Coast Guard around 2:30 p.m., triggering a launch of rescue crews by watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector New Orleans. The man was sailing with his sister from New Orleans to Cozumel, Mexico, when he stepped away to use a restroom around 11 p.m. on Nov 23. When she had not heard from her brother the next day, the woman notified the crew around noon that he was missing. A search of the vessel commenced, and the USCG was notified. The Coast Guard deployed an MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew from the New Orleans air station, a 45-foot boat from the Venice station, and an HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft. The 'Carnival Valor' turned around to search along its own track, and an uUMIB was issued for vessels to keep a lookout for the missing passenger. The crew of the 'Crinis', bound for New Orleans, spotted the man in the water and vectored the Coast Guard to the location. The Jayhawk helicopter crew located the passenger and rescued him at 8:25 p.m. After hoisting the man onto the helicopter and transferring him to awaiting emergency medical services at the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, he was reported in stable condition at an area hospital.
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A suspected pirate wants to go free from punishment due to discrimination. There was no danger to Danish soldiers, and the suspected pirates tried to escape, said the defense in the piracy case. The soldiers of the frigate killed four pirates in the Gulf of Guinea o Nov 24, 2021, in the Gulf of Guinea. Its helicopter and the Frog Corps ended up in a firefight with the suspected pirates. One was brought to Denmark and now risks just over a year in prison and deportation. In the morning of Nov 24, the 40-year-old suspected pirate appeared in a wheelchair in the Copenhagen District Court and listened to the closing remarks in the case against him. He had one of his legs amputated after he was injured in the firefight with Danish defense forces. While three other surviving suspected pirates were set free in a boat, he was brought to Denmark and prosecuted. His defender, Jesper Storm Thygesen, demanded the one-legged man be acquitted. Alternatively, he wants the sentence expunged, referring to the fact that the others went free. The prosecution has, on the contrary, demanded a sentence of between one year in prison and one year and three months. The Nigerian man is accused of having caused imminent danger to the life or safety of Danish soldiers, but denies guilt. The verdict will be handed down on Nov 28 at 2 p.m.
The 'Azov Concord' was banned from entering Spanish waters and itsport of destination, Cartagena by the Spanish authorities because it had sailed from Yeisk with allegedly goods of Russian origin, in accordance with sanctions imposed on Russian ships and ships with Russian cargoes, after Russia invaded the Ukraine. The vessel anchored off Pozzallo on Nov 25, 2022. The port of destination is still Cartagena, with the ETA delayed to Dec 1.
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arrived Alang Anchorage 25.11.22
A fire broke out in the cabin and galley of the 'Sunfish' on Nov 27, 2022, in the Okhotsk Sea off the western coast of the Kamchatka peninsula. Until Nov 28, the crew managed to extinguish the fire with own means. The trawler was under way to the Khuril Strait to ride out a storm and rendezvous with an SAR ship. There were 104 people on board. The extent of damages was unknown.
A 47 year old Russian crew member of the 'Lady of Luck' lost his right hand in an accident on Nov 26, 2022, while the ship was under way in the Gulf of Siam, en route from Laem Chabang to Singapore. It interrupted the voyage, approached the coast of the Songkhla Province amd requested medical assistance. The victim was safely medevaced and transferred to hospital, and the ship continued the voyage and reached Singapore Anchorage on Nov 27..
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The 'Karla C.' en route from Londonderry to Plymouth, UK, with nine crew ,e,bers on board, ran aground, in pos. 55 03 58 N, 07 13 50 W in Lough Foyle on Nov 25, 2022. The ship veered to starboard out of channel whilst changing from manual to automatic steering and got stuck onto sandy bottom. The tugs 'Strathfoyle' and 'Otterbank' were tasked to assist. As of ov 26, the ship was moored in pos. 55° 10.99' N 007° 01.22'W.
The US Coast Guard rescued four men from the 'Captain Alex' which was taking on water 11 miles south of Jamaica Beach, Texas, on Nov 25. Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston command center watchstanders received a notification at 1:20 a.m. from Coast Guard Station Galveston watchstanders reporting the shrimper taking on water with three crew members on board. Watchstanders issued an urgent marine information broadcast and directed the launch of a Station Galveston 45-foot Response Boat–Medium crew and a Coast Guard Air Station Houston MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew. Once on scene, the RB–M crew reported that the 'Captain Alex' was 86 feet in length and had four people aboard. The Coast Guardd crew passed over a P-6 pump and two crew members to assist with dewatering the vessel. Due to significantly oily water found in the engine room, the RB–M crew was unable to dewater the vessel. The Coast Guard crew removed the four men from the shrimp boat and transported to Station Galveston. No injuries were reported. The shrimp boat, which reportedly sank, is reported to have a maximum potential of 17,000 gallons of diesel aboard. The Coast Guard continued to monitor pollution response efforts. Report with photo: https://coastguardnews.com/coast-guard-rescues-4-from-shrimp-boat-south-of-jamaica-beach/
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On Nov 27, the 'Costa Fortuna' requested the medevac of a sick passenger and a companion eight nautical miles off Las Palmas short after the departure towards Recife. TheJMRCC of Salvamento Marítimo mobilized the SAR boat 'Salvamar Nunki' and an ambulance in port. Once the medevac was performed, the 'Costa Fortuna' requested the medevac of a crew member. The 'Salvamar Nunki' returned to the ship and took the man off too.
arrived Chittagong Anchorage 22.11.22
Beached at Alang 25.11.22
Repairs of the 'Baracuda' have been completed in Tuzla, and thevessel shifted to the anchorage, carried out sea trials and got a new set of trading certificates by classification society and flag state authority. The ship then left Tuzla, headed to Galati with an ETA as of Nov 28.
The 'Escanaba' repatriated 180 Haitians to Haiti on Nov 26, following an interdiction 25 miles south of Rodriguez Key. A good Samaritan alerted Sector Key West watchstanders of an overloaded sailing vessel, at approximately 5 a.m. on Nov 21. Coast Guard air and surface assets, and Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations crews responded. At approximately 7 p.m., the 50-foot sailing vessel hit a sand bar south of Whale Harbor resulting in multiple reports of people in the water. U.S. Border Patrol reported rescuing 18 people. One person was medevaced to the Jackson Memorial Hospital for further evaluation. There were 89 men, 55 women, and 46 children aboard the cutter. The remaining 10 people were going through a joint interagency process and disposition has yet to be decided. Report with photo: https://coastguardnews.com/coast-guard-repatriates-180-people-to-haiti/
On Nov 25, 2022, the 'Cidade de Albufeira' with seven crew members on board went adrift in Malpica (A Coruña) in the afternoon of Nov 25, 2022, 16 miles north of Malpica due to fishing gear which had become entangled in the propellers The CCS Finisterre of Salvamento Marítimo mobilized the SAR boat 'SAR Gavia', which took the ship in tow and pulled it to A Coruña.