Huge Cargo Containers Crash

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+4 1. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

That had to be traumatic for both crew and witnesses. I am also sure it will get legal and economical consequences. But it's not why I'm writing, to state the obvious. Has anyone link to a news article etc?
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+1 3. dave9191 commented 6 years ago

When trying to overtake... don't do it in restricted waters with a bloomin container ship!!
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+5 4. loadrunner commented 6 years ago

People should stop using the 'stabilise video' option in youtube. It makes me dizzy when watching those vids. :'(
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+9 5. nomaddaf commented 6 years ago

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+1 6. torbengb commented 6 years ago

Thank you #5 - a rudder failure was also my immediate thought even before they actually collided. No captain would steer a ship like that deliberately, *especially* not ships of this value.

If it's any consolation, both vessels are so huge that everything happens in slo-mo. That means all crew had ample time to get to safety, and nobody got shook up. It was probably just rather loud... the sound of money being wasted.
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+1 7. Derpgeek commented 6 years ago

There is know effect on situations where 2 large ships move side by side, and cause uncontrollable turn on other ship.

This pressure zone is more probable explanation than rudder failure.

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