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Now, this is too close for comfort.
A great luxury super-yacht was recently crashed into the side of a bridge in California. Martin, and need to see the video footage of the accident went viral on social media.
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On Sunday afternoon, and the captain of the vessel reportedly lost control of the 282-foot yacht called the Ecstasea, when it entered the Simpson Bay Lagoon, while the Simpson Bay Bridge was opened. When you pass under the bridge of the super yacht turned, and to the observation deck, ripped off the bridge from the control booth.
In bad weather, including gale-force winds, said to be a factor in the cause of the crash, the Boat is in International reporting.
No one was injured in the accident. The people on the observation platform, as a matter of urgency, out of the way as the Ecstasea and the bow, to run off through them, as well as the bridge of the operator, quickly jumped out of the cab, just in front of the side-passed, video footage shows.
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It is notable that the bridge operating controls, and were not damaged in the accident, and the device is still fully functional, and Simpson Bay Lagoon Corporation, project manager Work, Peters said.
“It was not easy – she had a number of problems. The impact took the stand, but the controls and the gears were all intact, so that the bridge remains fully operational, and the hours of operation will not be affected by this,” Peters commented. “Visitors are always welcome to be in the bay area.”
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Video footage of the incredible collision, and it has since gone viral on Twitter, receiving more than 4.8 million views and 46,000 shares as of Thursday morning.
Some of the commenters were put off by the two-of wine-drinking women who do not have their seat in the vicinity of the bridge railing, when the Ecstasea this week, and it came dangerously close. Some of the users have agreed upon is that the spectators cried out, “the level of the chill,” she, personally, wanted the canal in the year 2020.
The impressive Ecstasea super yacht was once owned by the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who sold it to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi and, in 2009, to $120 million a year, The Sun reports. It traded hands again when it was bought by the entrepreneur, Alshair Fiyaz in 2014.
The impressive Ecstasea super yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 15 people, and the 27 members of the crew.
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The Ecstasea was delivered to her owner in 2004 and can comfortably accommodate up to 15 people, and the 27 members of the crew of each yacht charter Fleet. The vessel reportedly has a Wi-fi access, a terrace with a hot tub, a fitness centre and air-conditioned.