CO poisoning warning

More needs to be done to warn boaters of the risk of CO poisoning as the number of fatalities rises

The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has issued a safety flyer warning of the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) following the deaths of two men on board a sports cruiser.

On the morning of 12 January 2022, the two men were found unconscious in the covered cockpit of the privately owned sports cruiser Emma Louise, which was moored in Port Hamble Marina.

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