Passenger Goes Overboard from Greek Ferry

A young man went overboard from a passenger ship in the port of Piraeus four days ago, according to the Safety4Sea publication. During the evening of May 23, 2018, the passenger went overboard from the "RoRo" (roll on / roll off) ferry Blue Horizon, while the ship was still docked in the port of Piraeus. The Piraeus Port Authority and the Hellenic Coast Guard authorities are reportedly searching for the 25 year-old man. The man overboard incident was first reported after the passenger ship had departed from Piraeus for the port of Heraklion, with 255 passengers aboard; however, the ship returned to Piraeus once the officers realized that a passenger was missing.  Safety4Sea states that once the Port Authority was notified, five patrol boats of the Hellenic Coast Guard and the Hellenic Navigation searched for the missing man without success.  The Blue Horizon is owned and managed by Blue Star Ferries Maritime based in Athens, Greece. Man overboards…

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