Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) Leisure Accident Reports

The following tables include reports and investigation finding undertaken by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB), classified as leisure accidents. This list is not exhaustive. MAIB is a branch of the Department for Transport, it examines and investigates all types of marine accidents to or on board UK ships worldwide, and other ships in UK territorial waters. The sole objective of MAIB accident investigations is to determine the circumstances and causes of the accident with a view to preserve life and avoid accidents in the future, not to apportion blame or liability .

A full list and access to all the report MAIB undertake are available at:

Each of these links take you to an external website.

Reports Incident date MAIB reference Publication date Link
Report into the foundering of the motor cruiser Last Call at Whitby. 23 Nov 2007 11/2008 June 2008 MAIB website
Report on the investigation of the capsize of Army Cadet Force Rigid Raiding Craft In Loch Carnan, South Uist, Western Isles of Scotland 03 Aug 2007 6/2008 March 2008 MAIB website
Report into the collision of the Gas Monarch / Wispa. 16 Apr 2007 25/2007 December 2007 MAIB website
Report into the keel failure and capsize of the Max Fun 35 yacht Holligan V. 3 Feb 2007 19/2007 August 2007 MAIB website
Report on the investigation of the fire on board the canal boat Lindy Lou at Lyme View Marina . 20 Jan 2007 23/2007 October 2007 MAIB website
Report on the investigation of the loss of the sailing yacht Ouzo. 20/21 Aug 2007 7/2007 April 2007 MAIB website

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