Danish report rightly criticizes the master's choice of route.
Also questions his decision not to use a pilot.
Apparently, the rules about mandatory pilotage were a little unclear.
Says nothing about the lack of low speed manueverability.
They took that for granted.
Calling this a seamanship error,
since the master put himself in a tight spot unnecessarily.
But twin screw could well have allowed
him to get away with his mistake.