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Search results for: Zeebrugge-disaster

BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MI7
March 06, 2017
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe (L), Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht and...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
West-Flanders province governor Decaluwe Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Robberecht and British Ambassador...
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe (L), Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht and British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R) take part in a ceremony during marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MI4
March 06, 2017
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MI2
March 06, 2017
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the...
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MI1
March 06, 2017
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe (L), Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht and...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
West-Flanders province governor Decaluwe Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Robberecht and British Ambassador...
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe (L), Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht and British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R) take part in a ceremony during marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MH0
March 06, 2017
A wreath floats on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
A wreath floats on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
A wreath floats on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MGW
March 06, 2017
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R), helped by Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose throwsa wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th...
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R), helped by Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht throws a wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11MGU
March 06, 2017
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R), helped by Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose throwsa wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th...
British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose (R), helped by Belgian Navy Commander Admiral Wim Robberecht throws a wreath to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11M2O
March 06, 2017
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise...
Wreaths float on the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
BELGIUM-FERRY/ANNIVERSARY
RTS11M23
March 06, 2017
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath in to the sea during a ceremony marking...
OFFSHORE ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath in to the sea during a ceremony marking...
West-Flanders province governor Carl Decaluwe throws a wreath in to the sea during a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the Herald of Free Enterprise ferry disaster, offshore Zeebrugge, Belgium March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kurt Desplenter/Pool
TRICOLOR
RTXM4H0
August 21, 2003
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a barge with giant cranes to Zeebrugge...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a barge with giant cranes to Z.....
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a barge with giant cranes to Zeebrugge port to be dismantled on August 21, 2003. [The Tricolor, a 1987 built Norwegian flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to $50 million, sank in French waters after it collided with another ship on December 14, 2002.] Salvaging the carrier could be completed in October and is expected to cost $40 million.
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1XRR
December 14, 2002
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a
barge with giant cranes to Zeebrugge...
Zeebrugge, Belgium - Kingdom of
SECTIONS OF SUNKEN TRICOLOR TRANSPORTED TO ZEEBRUGGE.
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a
barge with giant cranes to Zeebrugge port to be dismantled on August
21, 2003. The Tricolor, a 1987 built Norwegian flagged vessel carrying
luxury cars worth up to $50 million, sank in French waters after it
collided with another ship on December 14, 2002. Salvaging the carrier
could be completed in October and is expected to cost $40 million.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/AMR
BELGIUM FIRE
RTR9QAH
September 02, 2002
A troubled P&O Norsea ferry is docked in Zeebruges on September 2,
2002, after the ferry caught fire...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A TECHNICIAN STANDS NEXT TO THE P&O NORSEA FERRY IN ZEEBRUGES.
A troubled P&O Norsea ferry is docked in Zeebruges on September 2,
2002, after the ferry caught fire en route from Hull, England. Fire
broke out in the engine room about 0220 BST but firefighters later were
able to tame the blaze. The ferry had more than 600 passengers on
board. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/AH
BELGIUM FIRE
RTR9QA4
September 02, 2002
A technician inspects the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on September 2,
2002 after the ferry caught...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A TECHNICIAN INSPECTS THE P&O NORSEA FERRY IN ZEEBRUGES.
A technician inspects the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on September 2,
2002 after the ferry caught fire en route from Hull, England. Fire
broke out in the engine room about 0220 BST but firefighters later were
able to tame the blaze. The ferry had more than 600 passengers on
board. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/AH
BELGIUM FIRE
RTR9Q9Y
September 02, 2002
A technician stands next to the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on
September 2, 2002 after the ferry caught...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A TRECHNICIAN STANDS BY THE P&O NORSEA FERRY IN ZEEBRUGES.
A technician stands next to the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on
September 2, 2002 after the ferry caught fire en route from Hull,
England. Fire broke out in the engine room about 0220 BST but
firefighters later were able to tame the blaze. The ferry had more than
600 passengers on board. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/AH
BELGIUM FIRE
RTR9Q9Q
September 02, 2002
British passenger Bob Tisdale (R) talks with a ferry employee as he
disembarks in Zeebruges, Belgium...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A PASSENGER TALKS WITH A FERRY EMPLOYEE AS HE DISEMBARKS THE P&O NORSEA
FERRY IN ZEEBRUGES.
British passenger Bob Tisdale (R) talks with a ferry employee as he
disembarks in Zeebruges, Belgium September 2, 2002 after the ferry
caught fire en route from Hull, England. Fire broke out in the engine
room about 0220 BST but firefighters later were able to tame the blaze.
The ferry, called Norsea and run by P&O, had more than 600 passengers
on board. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/WS
P&O NORSEA
RTXLHLJ
August 30, 2002
A troubled P&O Norsea ferry is docked in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002, after the ferry caught fire...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A troubled P&O Norsea ferry is docked in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002, after the ferry caught fire.....
A troubled P&O Norsea ferry is docked in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002, after the ferry caught fire en route from Hull, England. Fire broke out in the engine room about 0220 BST but firefighters later were able to tame the blaze. The ferry had more than 600 passengers on board.
P&O NORSEA
RTXLHLI
August 30, 2002
A technician stands next to the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002 after the ferry caught...
Zeebrugge, Belgium
A technician stands next to the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002 after the ferry c.....
A technician stands next to the P&O Norsea ferry in Zeebruges on September 2, 2002 after the ferry caught fire en route from Hull, England. Fire broke out in the engine room about 0220 BST but firefighters later were able to tame the blaze. The ferry had more than 600 passengers on board.
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