Январь 21, 2016
Yacht On Fire — Princess 95 (2009) QUEEN ANNA
Fire started at mid day January 21 in Ege Saray marina in Fethiye Turkey.
Fire also caught in the neighbour yacht Natalie. but the crew manage to take control and extinguish.
The person seen on the bow is the captain Vladimir Lopat which later have been taken to hospital due to smoke inhaling. No risk to his life!
Queen Anna was towed away from her pontoon by a small tender to clear the risk for other yachts. later she was towed to shallow water just outside the marina and sank during the night between January 21-22
The reason why fire started are still under investigation.
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Cleveland Fire Department and US Coast Guard respond to massive boat fire west of Cleveland Harbor. Cleveland Fire Boat douses the fire but eventually sinks the boat. Inspired Drone Services, LLC happened to be close by and captured the event.
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There were no causalities and no one was injured in this accident.
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Fire on Yacht 640 Maine — Sivota, Greece
Note the tilt alarm shrieking on every gentle turn, and welcome to a reality of these real-life monster trucks: they roll. Physics is very unfriendly to high center-of-gravity vehicles full of sloshing water, particularly when combined with an adrenaline-fueled driver experiencing the tunnel vision that can set in when a call comes through. (A common theme in NTSB interviews: firefighters don't remember hearing the tilt alarm.) Did I mention that crash trucks often have a curb weight in excess of 100, 000 pounds? Something to consider on those occasions where it seems as though fire rescue crews are taking forever to respond: They are useless if they don’t arrive.
On October 28, 2016, at 2:32 p.m. CDT, a Boeing 767-300 (registration N345AN), scheduled as American Airlines flight 383 bound for Miami, Florida experienced an uncontained right engine failure and subsequent fire during its takeoff ground roll on runway 28R at Chicago O'Hare International Airport. The flight crew aborted the takeoff and stopped the aircraft on the runway and an emergency evacuation was conducted. Of the 161 passengers and 9 crew members onboard, one passenger received serious injuries during the evacuation and another 19 experienced minor injuries. The airplane was substantially damaged by the fire.
Here is some more information you likely have not heard elsewhere:
-It took firefighters ten hours to completely stop the fuel leak. To capture leaking fuel, firefighters first used eight containment pools, and eventually placed a fuel bowser beneath the wing.
-Airport firefighters saw this fire from the station and started responding immediately, prior to notification from the tower
-One of the first units on scene included a firefighter who had been with Chicago Fire Department for 36 years. He had never before responded to an aircraft fire and was scheduled to retire the following day. At 11:00 in this video you can hear him saying "I finally got my fire! Luckily no one was hurt."
-Not all equipment was functional during the incident. Cameras which had recently been tested malfunctioned, and one of the high-reach extendible turrets on a crash truck was out of service.
-One of the ejected turbine disc fragments pierced through the plane's wing and continued thousands of feet through the air, eventually falling through the roof of a UPS shipping facility, bouncing off the floor, breaking it (the floor, that is), and finally landing on a loading rack — over 3, 000 feet away. Check out the photo album at http://tiny.cc/AA383Pics (case sensitive).
-Firefighters used over 24, 000 gallons of finished foam (720 gallons of 3% AFFF concentrate) on this fire.
-The estimated cost to repair runway damage due to heat and gouges from flying turbine shrapnel was close to $1, 000, 000. It was necessary to cut a section of runway out of the ground.
(Noise reduction was liberally applied to the audio track, including frequency-specific notch filters for the ear-piercing high-pitch tones. The way it sounded prior... could be used for riot control.)
Many additional documents from the NTSB investigation have been added to Google Drive — flight crew checklists, training manual excerpts, interview transcripts, metallurgy reports on the failed disc, and more. To join the 15, 000 people who have taken advantage of that (free) information resource, visit http://tiny.cc/AA383.
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Mokonzi Trawler 80
Concorde Yachts Int., builders of the Mirabella and Philanderer sailing yachts, have also
excelled with the Lotus 80 motoryacht. Pekka Kosenkyla, better known as the founder of Swan
Yachts, played a considerable part in the design and specification of the vessel which was
conceived by a British management team of naval architects and engineers that had the vision
of a "serious" go anywhere motor cruiser. The Lotus 80 has an elegance and style created by
some of the best Thai craftsmen available. The furniture and joinery are fine examples of the
quality craftsmanship from this part of the world and supported with primary American and
European brand machinery and equipment. Solid, finely finished and well thought out the detail
is just simply "first" class. Certified by Det Norske Veritas, the build quality has been more than
proven during her exciting 7000 mile plus passage from Thailand to the Mediterranean by her
first owner. Canoe stern displacement motoryachts are quite rare, but to find one constructed
in GRP which is in very good condition throughout is very unusual and worthy of an early
Boarding: The first excellent feature that deserves attention is the unique hydraulically
operated transom door—?cum—?tender dock. Primarily this was designed to be a retractable
bathing platform that doubled as a simple tender dock for a safe and easy boarding facility
when at anchor. It is activated hydraulically by remote control or from on—?board. Unlike a fixed
bathing platform the "draw bridge" action provide excellent security and privacy, and when
closed is a watertight flush door giving normal canoe stern sea keeping.
This vessel was designed from the outset as a serious blue water long distance cruiser. From
her chisel—?raked stern, substantial freeboard and partially hooded pilothouse she is a real "go
anywhere" little ship. Certified by Det Norkse Veritas her GRP hull is solid GRP below the
waterline and Divincell core above. All glazing is toughened glass and she has watertight
bulkheads forward and for the engine room. All her tanks are double bottom for gray, black and
fresh water and fuel. Hydraulic steering powers twin spade rudders and powered along by twin
Alaska 350 hp diesels she is a top end performer for her size and style. Her Awlgrip paint finish
has been well maintained and teak decks are hardly worn. The maneuverability of this
traditional canoe stern vessel is enhanced by a powerful 50 hp Wesmar bow thruster and
stabilizers. In all respects this is a serious yacht for a serious seagoing owner. Accommodating
up to ten people, this "go anywhere" yacht is in a class of her own. The owners initial survey
revealed a massive 2" (50 mm) solid GRP hull lay—?up thickness below the waterline and that the
bulbous commercial ship type bow not only contributes towards the economy but allows her to
travel at full cruising speed with barely a discernible wake —? like a graceful Swan.
Another wheel locking watertight door leads forward from the lazarette to the engine room.
This is a full beam room that immediately gives the impression of being both spacious and
purposeful with quality, extremely well finished pipework mostly in stainless steel. The whole
area looks well planned and easily maintainable with good access to all items. The Alaska
Lugger main engines and the 40 kW and 24 kW Northern Lights generators, also from the same
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