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Ships Collision at Malacca Strait- 02-Oct-2020


published on 3 October 2020 2682 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Training Ship Salman".
Dredger OCEANLINE 5001 sailing at full speed struck anchored tanker STROVOLOS with moored alongside supply vessel, at around 1140 LT (UTC +8) Oct 2, on Melaka anchorage, Malaysia, Malacca Strait. The results can be seen on video – tanker suffered portside hull breach above waterline and apparently, some damage on cargo deck.
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