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Fishing Vessel hits large Sailing Vessel in Good Visibility 20/8/2010
Here is the press release from this incident.
At a hearing 30/05/2011 at Southampton Magistrates the Officer of the Watch
of a fishing vessel pleaded guilty to one safety charge brought under
Section 58 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995. He was fined £1,700 plus
costs of £6,435.
On the 20th August 2010 the Andrea had finished fishing and was returning
to port in the Netherlands. The skipper and rest of the crew were below
leaving Jan Baarssen alone on the bridge in sole charge of the vessel. The
Andrea is a 36.5 metre beam trawler registered in the UK but is based in
The Alexander von Humboldt was returning to Germany after a training voyage
with a crew of fifty nine (59) consisting of thirty three (33) trainees and
twenty six (26) full time crew. She is a large three masted sail training
vessel registered in Germany.
The visibility on the day was good (10 Km +), wind was southerly force 5-6
with weather being grey and overcast.
During the afternoon of the 20th August 2011 the Alexander von Humboldt
detected the Andrea on a steady bearing on its port side. The Andrea was
not fishing and was the give way vessel. The Alexander von Humboldt
started sounding its whistle. The Andrea failed to give way. The Alexander
von Humboldt also tried to contact the Andrea by VHF radio but had no
response. The Andrea claims to have gone hard to starboard and when within
15-20 metres of the Alex von Humboldt, the Andrea was seen to go full
astern. The Andrea struck the port quarter of the Alexander von Humboldt.
It was a fairly low speed collision.
Apart from some scratched paintwork, the Andrea was undamaged.
The Alexander von Humboldt was lucky to suffer only some dented shell
plating with associated damage to internal wooden bulkheads and deck
planking together with bent or buckled handrails. It was very fortunate
that no harm came to the crew of the Alexander von Humboldt and that its
rigging and watertight integrity remained intact.
Mr Jan Baarssen, 51, of Urk, Netherlands pleaded guilty for conduct
endangering ships or persons. He was finerd£1,700 plus costs of £6,435
In passing sentence the Magistrates stated that it was fortunate that they
were no injuries especially among the sail training crew.
Mr David Fuller O.B.E., Principal Fishing Vessel Surveyor for the Eastern
Region of the MCA stated:"This is yet another incident occurring on the
return of a fishing vessel to harbour. Fishermen are reminded of the
requirement to keep a good lookout at all times. Also that that the trip
is not over until the vessel is safely tied up in port.
We would like to thank the German and Netherlands Police for their
assistance in this matter"