21K TEU ULCS MOL TRIBUTE had trouble in Hamburg, said Bild

According to BILD news report, one of the biggest ships of the world, mega container ship MOL TRIBUTE, had to drop an anchor in emergency to avoid collision with other vessels at Hamburg while docking at HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB), though giant ship’s movements were under tugs control. MOL TRIBUTE was safely berthed, without any accidents. According to AIS, it happened on arrival, on Sep 1. As of 1400 UTC Sep 3, MOL TRIBUTE is still at Hamburg. The mammoth ship is on her maiden voyage. Photo BILD: http://www.bild.de/regional/hamburg/containerschiff/not-anker-53084470.bild.html
Container ship MOL TRIBUTE, IMO 9769295, dwt 197106, capacity 21170 TEU, built 2017, flag Marshall Islands.

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