The 6,307gt/2010 built Condor liberation (above) continues to suffer issues after her dry docking and on non-sailing days engineers had worked to resolve faults, including with the propulsion and steering systems. During such work on 15th March the MCA and affairs Maritimes conducted a joint, routine inspection and, as a result, issued a detention order. Until the issues identified were resolved and the repairs completed, the ship was confined to her berth at Poole. As is usual, a number of other matters were identified during the inspection including Certificate & documentation, lack of training for abandon ship drills, fixed fire extinguishing installation not as required; fire doors/openings in fire-resisting divisions unsafe, muster list incomplete etc, all of which required rectification before the ship returned to service.
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