That's impressive! I wonder if an 800ft 175k tonne tanker is the largest object to go unnoticed since the Titanic's bar got a very fresh delivery of ice?
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After the Norwegians had successfully smashed their frigate into that tanker, they felt that the fail was not strong enough yet.
They decided to moor the ship, so that they could assess the damage some time later.
This is how you properly moor a ship:
This is how the Norwegians did it:
Still not enough fail yet?
Literally next door to the wreck is Sotra Anchor and Chains, a big producer of heavy duty chains, used for example to raise the Costa Concordia. But for some reason the navy went for these weaker and wrongly mounted wires instead.
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)