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What is a "serious marine casualty" as defined in the 2012 ARI Regulations?

MCA Oral Exam Questions

An event or sequence of events that has occurred directly by or in connection with the operation of a ship but which does not qualify as a very serious marine casualty, that involves: 

(i) fire; (ii) explosion; (iii) collision; (iv) grounding; (v) contact; (vi) heavy weather damage; (vii) ice damage, or a suspected hull defect; resulting in any of the following: (a) the immobilization of the main engines; (b) extensive accommodation damage; (c) severe structural damage including penetration of the hull under water rendering the ship unfit to proceed; (d) pollution; or (e) a breakdown that necessitates towage or shore assistance.