Cruise ship NORWEGIAN SUN hit iceberg, damaged, bound for repairs VIDEO

Cruise ship NORWEGIAN SUN hit an iceberg size of grand piano on Jun 25 off Hubbard Glacier, Gulf of Alaska, and is understood to suffer hull breach and probably, other damages. The ship called Juneau, maybe to disembark passengers, and left Juneau afterwards, bound for Victoria BC, ETA Jun 30.
Small iceberg was hit in dense fog, almost no chance of spotting it visually (providing ship’s command kept lookout watch on f’castle), while all the electronic wizardry is as good as useless. A pair of human eyes, armed with binoculars, is still irreplaceable, at least under some circumstances.

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