Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 19:37 Written by Justin Merrigan (Asia-Pacific Correspondent)
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Mooring lines of a 67,000-tonne container vessel, causing it to collide with another ship and shear the mooring lines of a third vessel.
Australia’s biggest ever cruise season got underway with Sydney staging a spectacular welcome to mark the maiden arrival of Carnival Cruise Lines’ Carnival Legend.In keeping with its name, the 88,500-tonne ship enjoyed a legendary entry into Sydney Harbour with the Australian Girls Choir performing a medley of well-known Australian tunes, along with the American and Australian national anthem, with 3,000 guests and crew singing along.
Fremantle’s harbourmaster says a rare and impossible-to-predict ‘wind bomb’ caused two ships to break their stern moorings at the West Australian port in August.
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Sea Breezes has teamed up with The History Press to offer the chance of winning a copy of the book; The Unseen Mauretania 1907 – The Ship in Rare Illustrations, by J Kent Layton.
Only in Sea Breezes October 2015 Issue