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The Emmy Rose, an 82-foot groundfish trawler based in Portland, Maine, was lost at sea on Nov. 23, 2020. Rink Varian photo.
NTSB: Personal locator beacons might have found four lost in 2020 sinking
The Aleutian Falcon at pierside before the Feb. 17, 2021 shipyard fire. Trident Seafoods Corporation photo.
NTSB: Poor planning for shipyard ‘hot work’ blamed for fish processor fire
Capt. David O’Connell, commander of the Coast Guard Sector Maryland-National Capital Region, observes the March 29 attempt to free the stranded containership Ever Forward in Chesapeake Bay. Coast Guard photo.
Ever Forward still stuck; new attempt planned
Fire is always a concern for operators and mariners. MITAGS Photo.
A strong safety culture will prevent most vessel accidents
The commercial fishing vessel Pappy's Pride was outbound from Galveston, Texas, when it collided with the tanker Bow Fortune Jan. 14, 2020. NTSB graphic.
NTSB faults lack of communication in fatal Texas collision
The contact occurred on Nov. 11, 2020, while the bulk vessel GH Storm Cat was completing corn loading operations at the Zen-Noh Grain Corp. facility with its number 1 crane boom. NTSB photo
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After the towboat Ricky Robinson was raised, investigators found hatch covers missing (left) and an engine room door tied open. NTSB photos.
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