El Faro News
NTSB Recovers Voyage Data Recorder From El Faro
Nearly 10 months after the cargo ship El Faro sank during Hurricane Joaquin, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recovered a key piece of evidence that could answer many remaining questions about the loss of El Faro and its 33-member crew. The agency announced today that the voyage
Discovered Data Recorder May Shed Light On the Mystery of El Faro
33 people disappeared the night the cargo ship sailed into a hurricane and sank.
El Faro Data Recorder Recovered, NTSB Says
The cargo ship sank during Hurricane Joaquin last October, killing the 33 crew members on board.
El Faro Voyage Data Recorder Located, NTSB Says
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has located the voyage data recorder belonging to the El Faro , the cargo ship that sank during Hurricane Joaquin, the agency announced today. The 790-foot ship and its 33-member crew perished off the coast of the Bahamas after the vessel lost
Cruise Ship Passengers Describe What Happened During Weather Troubles
A storm rocked the Royal Caribbean Cruises' Anthem of the Seas off the Carolina coast, forcing it to turn around.
NTSB Considering Investigation Into Royal Caribbean Cruises' Weather Troubles
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is considering a possible investigation into events surrounding the storm that rocked a cruise ship off the Carolina coast and forced it to turn around. Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Anthem of the Seas left New Jersey Saturday headed for a week-long trip to
NTSB Releases Images of Missing Cargo Ship El Faro
Video of the final resting place of the cargo ship that went down during Hurricane Joaquin, but still no sign of the black box or the 33 people that died.
New Video Shows Sunken Cargo Ship's Final Resting Place
Mangled metal and strewn debris mark the final resting place of the El Faro , the cargo ship that perished during Hurricane Joaquin, images released Sunday by the National Transportation Safety Board show. ] /> The 790-foot cargo ship and its thirty-three member crew sank off the coast of the
First Images of El Faro Wreckage on Sea Floor
Thirty-three people died when the cargo ship sank after getting caught in Hurricane Joaquin in October.