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January 12, 1996 | Associated Press
French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau's research vessel sank in a Singapore shipyard, officials said Thursday. No one was hurt. The Calypso started sinking Monday, said an official of the ship's agent, Nedlloyd Shipping. The cause is still unknown. Two crew members were able to walk away because it was low tide, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity. Representatives of the ship's owner are negotiating with salvage companies to haul the ship, he said.
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January 26, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau's research vessel Calypso, which sank Jan. 8 after being hit by a barge, was dragged from Singapore's murky waters for repairs at a local shipyard. A small hole was patched, and the ship was floating. The Calypso, which arrived in Singapore after a research and filming mission in China and Vietnam in 1994, was awaiting its next expedition to China when it was hit by the barge.
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January 26, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau's research vessel Calypso, which sank Jan. 8 after being hit by a barge, was dragged from Singapore's murky waters for repairs at a local shipyard. A small hole was patched, and the ship was floating. The Calypso, which arrived in Singapore after a research and filming mission in China and Vietnam in 1994, was awaiting its next expedition to China when it was hit by the barge.
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January 12, 1996 | Associated Press
French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau's research vessel sank in a Singapore shipyard, officials said Thursday. No one was hurt. The Calypso started sinking Monday, said an official of the ship's agent, Nedlloyd Shipping. The cause is still unknown. Two crew members were able to walk away because it was low tide, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity. Representatives of the ship's owner are negotiating with salvage companies to haul the ship, he said.
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November 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
A U.S. Navy destroyer collided with a merchant ship in the Straight of Malacca northwest of Singapore today, killing one American sailor and injuring four shipmates, a Navy spokesman said. The names of the dead and injured are being withheld until their relatives could be notified, Lt. Cmdr. Bob Anderson, a spokesman for the Pacific Fleet in Honolulu,said.
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November 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
A U.S. Navy destroyer collided with a merchant ship in the Straight of Malacca northwest of Singapore today, killing one American sailor and injuring four shipmates, a Navy spokesman said. The names of the dead and injured are being withheld until their relatives could be notified, Lt. Cmdr. Bob Anderson, a spokesman for the Pacific Fleet in Honolulu,said.
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