In my opinion the most relevant aspect of this type of accident is the hull material that is a major danger itself in case of fire
Not to mention the potential toxicity of the fumes released by those materials during a blaze...
Highly cost effective construction materials, no doubt, which nevertheless increase the risk of a total loss in case a fire breaks out. It is a gamble. We all know that the risk of a fire breaking out on board is minimal nowadays, so we just hope that it will never happen...
Bad luck this time, it did happen and the 'Boramar' was quickly and irremediably doomed.
So, I couldn't agree more with the quoted statement...even if Rodman probably will totally disagree!
For more info on the composite materials used by the shipbuilder, please see below:https://rodman.es/en/cms/3/advanced-composites-experiencia.html