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Collision between boxship Hyundai Confidence and capesize Pacific Carrier

On Dec 14 2011 boxship Hyundai Confidence collided with capesize bulk carrier Pacific Carrier off Kwangyang. Pacific Carrier was loaded with coal, en route from Indonesia to South Korea, Hyundai Confidence was on CM4 Service (Asia – Middle East). Damages of Hyundai Confidence can be seen and appreciated on pics, while Pacific Carrier suffered heavy damages in Holds 5 and 6 area, with resulting water ingress. Pics sent by a witness, a seaman Andrey, Maritime Bulletin reader.
Boxship Hyundai Confidence IMO 9254848, dwt 68020, capacity 5605 TEU, built 2003, flag Panama, manager Hyundai Merchant Marine.
Bulk carrier Pacific Carrier IMO 8417637, dwt 146939, built 1986, flag South Korea, manager SINOKOR-THOME SHIP MANAGEMENT.

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