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Detailed Track of "Milano Bridge" in Busan Apr 6 2020


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Unofficial internal company timeline report
Busan, South Korea

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Haider Hassan Gardezi P&O Maritime, Office Dubai, United Arab Emirates
on 28 April 2020, 12:32 UTC

Two fatal mistakes
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.
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