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Hamburg-Süd 10.000-TEU container ship breached hull in ferry pontoon contact in Brazil


published on 27 June 2021 472 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mooktie Media". Originally published on 2021-06-20.
Container ship CAP SAN ANTONIO contacted landing pontoon of Santos – Guaruja commute ferry in the afternoon Jun 20, while leaving Santos, Brazil. The ship dragged pontoon for some time, and sustained portside hull breach above waterline, probably in ballast tank area. CAP SAN ANTONIO was taken to outer anchorage and anchored, for investigation, survey, probably for some temporary repairs. She’s bound for Paranagua.
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