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Dali Timeline from Data Recorder in Striking Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, March 26, 2024


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Dali Timeline

What's Going on With Shipping?
March 29, 2024

In this episode - maritime historian at Campbell University (@campbelledu) and former merchant mariner - discusses the timeline released by the NTSB from the Dali's Vessel Data Recorder and lays out some of the questions, issues that have been raised, and questions that need to be answered.

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00:00 Intro & NTSB footage
02:23 Why did MSC Toronto sailed with Tugs?
03:03 How to Start a Ship's Main Engine
03:59 How to Steer A Ship
04:46 Why No Tugs with Dali?
08:04 Bridge Collapse in 1980?
09:14 Vessel Data Recorder Replay-Power Loss
13:07 Did the Emergency Diesel Generator Activate?
17:26 Dropping Anchor
22:26 Why does Dali turn Left?
26:26 Questions for NTSB?

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Full video | Francis Scott Key bridge collapses in Baltimore
https://youtu.be/wEkRjlSgIIQ?si=8L4h8REMTNYEY24Y

NTSB Timeline Reveals Crucial Minutes Leading Up to Baltimore Bridge Strike
https://gcaptain.com/ntsb-timeline-reveals-crucial-minutes-leading-up-to-baltimore-bridge-strike/

NTSB B-Roll - Hazardous Material Investigators and Engineers Aboard the Cargo Ship Dali
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIA5uH-i08I

How To Start The Ship's Main Engine: From Preparation to Full Away
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mFmCxOjY_A&t

How We Steer A Cargo Ship | Life At Sea
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T-wFfPm37U

Why No Tugs MV Dali/Key Bridge Baltimore
https://youtu.be/IsdZVp0opsQ?si=fpOpcW5iFSB7PODN

Why No Tugs Follow- Up (Pt.2)
https://youtu.be/IiLT2JHeBOQ?si=qyhu2e9ldtzXFzPM

Spirit of Norfolk Lost; Spar Lyra Not Under Command; Victory Rover, Z-ONE & others to the Rescue!
https://youtu.be/65-yG6Jw9S0?si=_paE3DtfvdTqlnG-

Ships emergency diesel generator and switchboard
https://youtu.be/6GGfTqUJG3A?si=LRByKmL2jYcRu7pe

How to let go an anchor - Anchor dropping Step by step procedure
https://youtu.be/ZHyCj7q0pzI?si=PvGcGuONZkF6n5FI

What's Next at the Bridge Collapse Site?
https://youtu.be/_aozzrK06ys?si=18q9XF70XWeayWrs

How Did A Ship Destroy Baltimore's Key Bridge?
https://youtu.be/TlIhoxIxM30?si=Vgsllqy9-waPfGVt

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