Two ships collided with one vessel damaged in the Dutch maritime area
On the morning of February 3, local time, Liberia's container ship "MSC Madrid" collided with the Danish ro-ro ship "Primula Seaways" during the voyage near the city of Vlissingen in the Netherlands. There was no ship injury or pollution. glenflange
It is reported that the collision resulted in the damaged vessel "MSC Madrid" and the "Primula Seaways" suffered an impact on the harbor side.
According to sources, the Belgian authorities are investigating the cause of the accident and have checked the radar data on board.
The latest AIS data from both vessels shows that "MSC Madrid" continued its voyage after the accident and has now arrived in Antwerp. Primula Seaways is parked in Ghent.glenflange
It is understood that "Primula Seaways" was built in 2004 by the owner of DFDS in Denmark, and "MSC Madrid" owner is Offen Claus-Peter.