Mega container ship collided with bulker, both damaged, Malacca Strait UPDATE VIDEO

Mega container ship ZEPHYR LUMOS collided with Panamax bulk carrier GALAPAGOS at 2050 LT (UTC +8) Jul 10 in Malacca Strait off Melaka, Malaysia, halfway between Singapore and Port Dickson. Both ships were proceeding in western direction. Why did they collide, is yet unclear. ZEPHYR LUMOS struck GALAPAGOS in starboard cargo deck area, obviously inflicting heavy damages. Ships parted after collision and both were anchored, GALAPAGOS near or at collision site, ZEPHYR LUMOS to the north of collision site. As of 0500 UTC Jul 11, both ships remained anchored, both ships AIS on.
Container ship ZEPHYR LUMOS is brand new, received from shipyard in Jan 2021. she’s en route from Singapore to Suez. Bulk carrier GALAPAGOS is en route from Singapore to Visakhapatnam India.
Bulk carrier GALAPAGOS, IMO 9473169, dwt 75661, built 2010, flag Malta, manager PRIMCO Greece (EQUASIS).
Container ship ZEPHYR LUMOS, IMO 9864227, dwt 158097, capacity 15000 TEU, built 2021, flag UK, manager ZODIAC UK.



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