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Tanker contacted embankment in Hamburg, seriously damaged


published on 7 December 2020 338 -

Found on YouTube, video is unfortunately only available in German.
Product tanker NORTHSEA RATIONAL in load contacted embankment in Neumuelen, Hamburg, in the morning Nov 25, while maneuvering to berth, according to FleetMon.

It stated: “Tanker sustained serious damages to starboard bow, cause of accident yet unknown.

“She was berthed after accident, and as of evening Nov 25, remained, berthed. There was no hull breach in cargo tanks area, no cargo loss reported.”
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