Archive | July, 2013

MERT Worldwide – Various Video Clip Accidents

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training Anchor Chain Breaking  

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Super Yacht Sinking – Yogi

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training “The story of Yogi must be told and it should be used as an example of how badly things can go wrong when training and familiarization fail and self-imposed operational demands combine with otherwise benign, albeit officially sanctioned, design deficiencies. Withholding information related to the loss of Yogi contravenes […]

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MERT Worldwide – Team New Zealand America’s Cup

MERT Team New Zealand It was a ‘testing’ day for Emirates Team New Zealand in their solo sail, another race against no one, today.   That’s testing as in trying things out as opposed to testing as in being physically and mentally extended. But as grinder Rob Waddell said after the “race” against no-shows Artemis […]

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MERT – Seamanship

MERT – Seamanship and Helmsman-ship

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MERT – Costa Concordia

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training The trial of Francesco Schettino, charged with manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning his ship in the Costa Concordia tragedy, finally got underway on Tuesday. Four other officers had been charged but were given plea bargains.   The trial got underway in the Tuscan city of Grosseto for […]

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Stopped From Sailing – The Yacht Is Unsafe

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training American Sean D’Epagnier and his 8m sailboat Alexandra. Photo / Peter De Graaf An American overstayer has been banned from sailing from the Bay of Islands for the Pacific Islands because his yacht is unsafe. The restrictions on Sean D’Epagnier and his 8.2m Bristol sailboat Alexandra come as […]

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Search For The Nina – Classic Sailing Yacht

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training The search for the classic racing yacht Nina has been formally suspended after 12 days of searching. The seven-strong crew of the 84-year-old wooden vessel, which was travelling to Australia from the Bay of Islands, was last in touch over a month ago when the ship encountered a […]

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