Caitriona Lucas, the Coast Guard volunteer who died when a rigid inflatable boat flipped during a search operation at Kilkee, Co Clare

The final report into the death of Irish Coast Guard volunteer Caitriona Lucas off the Clare coast over two years ago is highly critical of safety man(...)

Dublin Port: Marine Casualty Investigation Board noted a coroner’s report stating there was a significant level of ethanol or alcohol in the dead man’s blood. Photograph: Alan Betson

An inquiry into the death of a crewman on board a P&O ferry in Dublin Port last year has called on the company to review how it handles trailer ca(...)

 The Garda during a search of Skerries harbour after Jamie McAllister’s fishing boat sank in May 2017. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) has said the Government should consider a campaign to illustrate the dangers of consuming drugs and alc(...)

Skerries harbour during the search: the boating accident occurred at about 1pm last Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson

An investigation is due to begin this week into the death of a young Skerries fisherman after his vessel capsized and sank within sight of the north D(...)

Caitríona Lucas, the Coast Guard volunteer who died during a search and rescue operation in Kilkee, Co Clare, last year.

The British Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the death of Irish Coast Guard volunteer Caitríona Lucas o(...)

The debris left after an explosion on a yacht on which two men were sailing close to Rinville in Galway Bay last April. Photograph: Gearóid Walsh.

A loose connection to a gas cooker has been identified as the most likely cause of an explosion which blew apart and sank a wooden yacht with two men (...)

The Marine Casualty Investigation Board  is investigating the death of an Egyptian crewman on board an Irish fishing vessel off the southwest coast. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

An Garda Síochána and the Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) have launched investigations into the death of an Egyptian crewman on board an Ir(...)

The alarm was raised after discovery of a 6m potting vessel in the inner part of Galway Bay near Tawin Island.

The Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) is expected to initiate an inquiry into the death of a fisherman in Galway Bay this week. The fisherma(...)

The Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) inquiry into the incident on the Oileán an Óir (italics) on August 24th, 2015 found the two men inhaled “lethal” levels of hydrogen sulphide and “elevated” levels of ammonia. File photograph: Getty Images

An investigation into the deaths of two fishermen who were overcome by fumes on board a trawler in Killybegs, Co Donegal last year has recommended tha(...)

A total of 58 cars and almost 30 trucks were badly damaged when a trailer “broke loose” in the Epsilon’s cargo hold during the heavy weather

Irish Ferries has confirmed that several passengers required hospital treatment for injury incurred aboard one of its ships while sheltering off the B(...)

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