Maritime Casualties, 1963-1996
LLP, 1997 - 741 pages
Maritime history is littered with maritime casualties involving the loss of vessels, cargo, crew and often passengers. Since the first edition was published over 8 years ago, many serious maritime disasters have occurred.
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Appendix ILoss of Life due to Maritime Disasters by year
Appendix IIILargest Vessels Lost during period 19631996
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abandoned ship anchored April arrived August barge blazing Busan cargo vessel carrying a cargo coast constructive total loss crew members crewmen Cyprus damage sustained December declared a constructive demolition Dona Paz drifted engine engine-room flooded Exocet explosion Exxon February fire broke following a collision Gadani Beach Greek motor vessel harbour heavy seas heavy weather conditions helicopter hull and machinery Imabari Iraqi Island in lat January July June Kaohsiung Liberian motor lifeboat loaded loss and sold March Maru metres motor bulk carrier motor general cargo motor stern trawler motor tanker non-propelled November October Panamanian motor vessel passengers Philippine Piraeus port ran aground refloated reported route safely picked safely rescued sailed salvage sank following scrapped September Shatt al Arab shipbreakers Shipbuilding Singapore South China Sea steam tanker steamship subsequendy subsequently survivors Taiwanese taken in tow tanks tonnes tons voyage wrecked vessel Zosen