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When ships collide

When ships collide

(1:11) October 2010: CCTV captures huge bulk carrier 'Grand Rodosi' crashing into the side of tuna boat 'Apollo S' moored at the wharf in Port Lincoln, South Australia. Full story

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TheBob TheBob (2069 days ago)
"Grand Rodosi" wouldn't have had an Italian captain by any chance?
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"Grand Rodosi" wouldn't have had an Italian captain by any chance?
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Guest: TheSpoon (2068 days ago)
LOL I was going to say the same thing. One man sank the rep of the Italians back by 68 years
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LOL I was going to say the same thing. One man sank the rep of the Italians back by 68 years
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Guest: waloo (2069 days ago)
I hope the bulk carrier driver left a note on the tuna boat's windshield before beating a hasty retreat.
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I hope the bulk carrier driver left a note on the tuna boat's windshield before beating a hasty retreat.
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Guest: (2068 days ago)
Latest comment: I thought those container ships needed about a mile to stop. That one took considerably less.
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Latest comment: I thought those container ships needed about a mile to stop. That one took considerably less.
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Guest: (2069 days ago)
I think most of the damage will buff out a new lick of paint
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I think most of the damage will buff out a new lick of paint
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Guest: (2069 days ago)
When you think of the forces involved in a ship of that tonnage moving so fast I am suprised it did not continue right thru the concrete wharf. It must have at least cut the tuns boat in half.
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When you think of the forces involved in a ship of that tonnage moving so fast I am suprised it did not continue right thru the concrete wharf. It must have at least cut the tuns boat in half.
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Guest: Obviously (2069 days ago)
I see the problem. It happened at 4:20
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I see the problem. It happened at 4:20
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Guest: Chicken O'thesea (2069 days ago)
Next time, keep the dolphin out of the tuna!
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Next time, keep the dolphin out of the tuna!
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Guest: (2069 days ago)
Does my bow look good in this?
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Does my bow look good in this?
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