Ro-ro ship struck berthed ship at Paramaribo Suriname VIDEO

Ro-ro cargo ship TROPIC TIDE in the morning May 15 went out of control while proceeding to berth at Paramaribo, Suriname, and collided with berthed ship LAWRENCE XXX (not identified). Both ships understood to sustain damages. TROPIC TIDE arrived from Guyana with Trinidad being her next call. As of morning May 16, th ship remained berthed at Paramaribo.
Ro-ro cargo ship TROPIC TIDE, IMO 9039028, dwt 7430, built 1993, flag S-Vincent, manager Tropical Shipping USA.



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