Photos shows the Champion Brali's port stern
swung into the bow of the anchored Topaz
and tore out a 2 M chunk of the bow from the level
of the hawse pipe down at least to the waterline.
The Brali is listing to port.
The photo appears to have been taken
very shortly after the impact.
It is daylight, calm, and a little hazy.
This collision is clearly a product of stern swing,
a rare case where the hittee's bow impacts
the hitter's aft sideshell.
Twin screw might have helped
since it does not require stern swing
to turn the ship.
The OTTO report notwithstanding,
the 52 year old Topaz was scrapped shortly thereafter.