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This is the public area of the European Marine Casualty Information Platform (EMCIP) webportal. To navigate, please use the horizontal menu above or use the hyperlinks placed in the top-right corner of the banner. News and events, technical and meeting documents as well as reporting tools can be found in the restricted part of this website, which can only be accessed by registered users. If you have an EMCIP account please "Login" or visit the "Contact Us" section to know more about registered users.

The sole purpose of the data published on this page is to prevent future accidents by fostering the awareness of marine casulties within the maritime community and the public. This information is of a general nature only and is not intended to address the specific circumstances of any particular casualty, which had involved any individuals or entitities.

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Latest 3 casualties being notified
Casualty date Ship type Severity Casualty event
12-Jul-2018 Cargo ship Less Serious Fire/Explosion
11-Jul-2018 Fishing vessel Serious
11-Jul-2018 Cargo ship Less Serious Collision
Latest 3 marine casualty investigation reports
Occ.nr. Name of ship Date Ship type Reported by
download attachment (0.94 MB ) 344/2018 Petit RC 24-Jan-2018 Fishing vessel France - BEAmer
download attachment (6.26 MB ) 421/2018 MARITANA 18-Nov-2017 Fishing vessel Denmark - DMAIB
download attachment (274 kB ) 4552/2017 Su00c9RGIO SORAIA 20-Nov-2017 Fishing vessel Portugal - GAMA

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