RMS Olympic and lightship Nantucket
May 15, 1934.
At 10.55 am RMS Olympic was on her way to New York City, trying to determine an exact position of the US lightship LV-177 (known as Nantucket) in the fog. Visibility was 150 meters, just 2/3 of the Olympic's huge hull. It appeared that Olympic was well clear of the lightship, but a few minutes later the lookout spotted LV-117 dead ahead. Captain Binks was trying to avoid collision by ordering the ship's rudder to be set full to port and the engines to be set full speed astern. But it was too late and at 11.06 am she collided with the side of the lightship. Although she was moving just 3 kn (5.6 km/h), her sheer weight, and thus her kinetic energy, completely wrecked the smaller vessel.
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