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Brazilian Training Ship Cisne Branco Strikes Bridge in Ecuador


published on 26 October 2021 126 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "What is Going on With Shipping? w/Sal Mercogliano ". Originally published on 2021-10-19.
October 19, 2021

This episode of What's Going On With Shipping examines the videos showing the Brazilian training ship Cisne Branco striking a bridge in Guayaquil, Ecuador. As the ship was being removed from the bridge and towed upstream, a small tug capsized and nearly resulted in the loss of the crew. Fortunately, it appears no lives were lost and Cisne Branco suffered only moderate damage.

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