DFDS ferry collided with MSC container ship

Both crews are safe after a DFDS ferry collided with an MSC container ship off the coast of Vissingen in the Netherlands.

Photo: Gøteborg Havn

DFDS ferry Primula Seaways this weekend collided with a container ship from Mediterranean Shipping Company.

"No one on the crew was hurt, and no pollution occurred. But the ship suffered some damages. We're in the process of figuring out how long it'll take to repair the ship," Gert Jakobsen, VP, Communications at DFDS tells ShippingWatch.

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