P&O Arcadia Lifeboat Accident in Azores

A passenger aboard the P&O Arcadia reports today via the P&O Cruises' Facebook page that a lifeboat has broken from its cabling and has fallen from its davits into the sea while the cruise ship was in Ponta Delgada, Azores. The passenger states that "the back appears to have been ripped off and is still hanging from its cradle……"  He posted two photographs on his Facebook comments to the private page (I do not yet have permission to post them here). One photograph shows the lifeboat being removed from the water and the other photo shows the lifeboat lying damaged on the quayside at the port.  There reportedly were five crew members in the lifeboat at the time of the accident. One crew member's injuries are apparently serious enough for the ship employee to be hospitalized. There have been a number of serious accident involving lifeboats drills during cruises over the years. Virtually all of the accidents involved crew members who…

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