The French Ferry Napoleon Bonaparte, operating for Nationale Corse Méditerranée (SNCM), was struck by a freak storm while in port. After 60mph winds snapped her mooring lines, she struck an opposite pier. Ripping open a 98 foot gash below the waterline. She immediately began taking on water, however crew and port officials were able to get the vessel stabilized.

Does the starboard list give anyone flashbacks to the Concordia?

 

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