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1: At frame 02 , I m sure Pilot shud hv realized to abort the approach due wide turn, high speed n drift towards berth
2: Shud hv increased the speed n btw which seems apparent at frame 10 but NOT to approach rather overshoot the berth while maintaining some control of the ship n later crash stop with ME n Tugs in the Basin n approach the berth Astern way.
Article First investigation report of "Milano Bridge" Accident on April 6th 2020 in Busan
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 13 May 2020
Video AIS track of MILANO BRIDGE on 6 April 2020 (Busan port)
published on 8 April 2020
According to AIS past track data, the vessel was obviously too fast on 9 knots and also going down the wind (4-5 bft., take a look at the exhaust from the stack) when entered the inner harbour considering the size and displacement. That speed was approximate 3 ship lengths to the pier and there was the on pier wind after the turn. Why the ship entered the port so fast will be the subject of the investigations to be awaited. Knowing South Korea procedures there will be no just marine...
Article Unofficial internal company timeline report of the ship accident in Busan 6 April 2020
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 14 April 2020
Article Master and Chief Engineer plead guilty in MV Funing case
published on 22 September 2020
The Master and Chief Engineer of the log-carrier MV Funing, have today been sentenced and fined after admitting charges relating to the grounding of the ship at the Port of Tauranga in July.
Master Liang Guang Hong and Chief Engineer Chameekara Prasad Nanayakkara both entered guilty pleas in the Tauranga District Court on 10 September to charges brought by Maritime NZ under the Maritime Transport Act (MTA) 1994.
Article Latest AMSA Notice Emphasises The Need For Safe Pilot Transfer Arrangements
published on 18 February 2022
Article AMSA has published the first marine incident annual report
published on 20 October 2020
Article NTSB investigation: Higher speed contributes to contact of tow with bridge
published on 14 December 2020
NTSB issued an investigation report on the contact of tow William C with a Rock Island railroad bridge protection cell, on Des Plaines River, in January 2020. The investigation established that high speed prevented the pilot to correct the tow’s position after completing the transit through the previous bridge.