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Old 09-10-2014, 10:44   #1
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A bad day at the marina

Wonder if this guy had ASA training?

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Old 09-10-2014, 11:28   #2
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Re: A bad day at the marina

Francesco Schettino got a new jerb?
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Re: A bad day at the marina

I guess you have to clik the title at the top to see. Listen also.. a lot of crunching going on!
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Old 09-10-2014, 11:40   #4
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Re: A bad day at the marina

Oh yeah.... blame on the a faulty propeller. hahaha.
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Re: A bad day at the marina

A guy? Judging by the evidence "he" is either a she, drunk or both.
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Re: A bad day at the marina

I don't know if the crunching is the prop chopping things up or what. It's a helluva Vegomatic!
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Re: A bad day at the marina

Observations:
1 A good deepwater marina.....ships prop did not churn up any mud.
2 Tugs wake shows that he was full(?) ahead, shoving Cyprus Cement into marina.
3 Cyprus Cement was full(?) ahead, showing he knew what was happening.
4 Maybe lack of or misunderstood comms between tug and ship.
5 Crunching was docks and boats hitting each other, maybe some prop hits.
6 Truly a sh***y in the marina!
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We need to get that boat to the Suez Canal for the derby

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Re: A bad day at the marina

FWIW, the original video seems to have been removed - but gcaptain still has it.
Video Captures Epic Collision Between Laden Containerships in the Suez - gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News
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