The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) says it does not believe the wave that killed one passenger on the cruiseship Marco Polo (built 1965) in February was a so-called “rogue” wave.

The BMA, under which the ship is registered, has produced an in-depth report into the tragedy, which occurred in the English Channel. A giant wave hit the 22,000-gt cruiseship, breaking windows in the starboard area of the Waldorf Restaurant where passengers were gathered.