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14/12/2018 03:05:00 PM
M/Y Axioma Responds to Mid-Atlantic Pan-Pan
The crew of M/Y Axioma responded to a Pan-Pan on December 11. more...
06/12/2018 02:20:00 PM
M/Y Indian Empress Crew Awarded $900K
The crew of M/Y Indian Empress — now renamed Neom — have been awarded more than $900,000 in unpaid wages after the vessel’s owner Vijay Mallya abandoned the vessel and crew of 40 in September 2017. more...
14/11/2018 09:30:00 PM
M/Y Leight Star Delivers Supplies to Malibu Fire Victims
By Aileen Mack 
On November 13, 143-foot M/Y Leight Star, volunteers, and surfers set forth on a mission to deliver supplies to victims of the fire who stayed behind. more...
08/11/2018 09:25:00 PM
Yacht Owner Pleads Guilty of Hiring Unlicensed Captain
Maubert-Cayla pleaded guilty on November 5 in federal court to misconduct or neglect of a ship officer that resulted in the death of an individual. more...
29/10/2018 02:40:00 PM
M/Y Attessa IV Collides with Sportfisher in Southern California
By Lauren Beck 
M/Y Attessa IV collided with 65-foot sportfisher Prowler on October 26 about nine miles off the coast of Imperial Beach, California, near the international maritime border. more...
15/10/2018 10:40:00 PM
S/Y Sila Sibiri Washes Ashore in Spain
By Aileen Mack 
A large storm caused difficulties for 32-meter S/Y Sila Sibiri, which reportedly washed up ashore in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on October 15. more...
15/10/2018 03:20:00 PM
Fire on board M/Y Lalibela in France
By Aileen Mack 
A major fire broke out on board 42-meter M/Y Lalibela while she was docked in Vallauris harbor at Golfe-Juan, France, around 3 a.m. on October 13. more...
04/10/2018 09:30:00 PM
M/Y Formosa May Face Fine for Anchoring in Coral
By Aileen Mack 
The owner of 196-foot M/Y Formosa could face a misdemeanor charge and possibly a large fine for damage to coral caused by the vessel when it anchored in coral in shallow water close to the pier in Kailua Bay, Hawaii, on October 2. more...
25/09/2018 04:00:00 PM
S/Y M5 Damages Pilings in Maine
By Aileen Mack 
On the morning of September 22, 277-foot S/Y M5 was pushed by a powerful gust of wind and an incoming tide with so much force that the vessel ripped a floating dock away from several pilings. more...
14/09/2018 08:50:00 PM
Fire Breaks Out at Lürssen Shipyard
By Lauren Beck 
A fire broke out at the floating dock at Lürssen’s shipyard at Bremen-Aumund, Germany, at 2 a.m. September 14, and a new-build vessel was involved in the blaze. more...