Incident on 31 January 2020 : A rope of the pilot ladder breaks. Pilot could still reach the vessel
published on 3 February 2020 - 1513
Found on YouTube. Posted by NSC Total
Escada usada pelos práticos soltou durante entrada do Maersk Letícia em Itajaí. Saiba mais: http://nsctotal.com.br/
Crédito: Reprodução, Redes Sociais
Container ship MAERSK LETICIA, IMO 9526916, dwt 106043, capacity 7450 TEU, built 2011, flag HK, manager MAERSK LINE A/S.
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