CPP response prime cause of tanker collision, says MAIB

Poor CPP response caused tanker ‘Key Bora’ to make heavy contact with a jetty

A report published by the UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch into an accident in December 2013 involving 93m chemical tanker ‘Key Bora’ hitting the Hull harbour wall has established that the prime cause was a failure of the controllable pitch propeller.

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