Car carrier and LNG tanker reportedly collided off Ostend, Belgium

According to unconfirmed report, car carrier GRAND VENUS and brand new LNG tanker AMBERJACK LNG collided on Jun 28 at Ostend-Zeebrugge outer anchorage, understood both ships sustained slight damages, though available information is sketchy and incomplete. Both ships were either anchored or moving in loops, waiting for order. GRAND VENUS was in anchorage area since Jun 20, AMBERJACK LNG since Jun 24. GRAND VENUS moved to Vlissingen same day and was berthed, reportedly for repairs.
Car carrier GRAND VENUS, IMO 9303211, GT 59217, built 2006, flag Panama, manager CIDO Shipping.
LNG tanker AMBERJACK LNG, IMO 9845776, GT 116542, built 2020, flag Malta, manager TMS CARDIFF GAS LTD.

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My name is Nikolay Torkin, I’m Merchant Marine Master, presently in command of feeder container ship trading in South East Asia. My family lives in Prague, Czech Republic. Mikhail provides me with daily accidents reports, I send him information with regards to accidents and container ships.