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CSCL Star Ultra Large Container Ship docks at the port of Hamburg - Time Lapse in 4k


published on 6 April 2021 29 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Lothar Rößling". Recorded on 2021-03-15. Originally published on 2021-03-19.
The Chinese container freighter "CSCL Star" belongs to the class of Ultra Large Container Ships (ULCS) and is one of the largest ships that can enter the port of Hamburg.

I took this time lapse photograph on March 15, 2021. Three days later, the CSCL Star accidentally collided with the German cruise ship "Hanseatic Inspiration" while leaving the port. Fortunately nothing bad happened, you can watch the accident here: http://bit.ly/Containefrachter-rammt-Kreuzfahrtschiff

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