Hello; The International Collision Regulations states that in a "Crossing situation" which appears to be the case. A vessel that has the other vessel to its port (left) side shall be the stand-on vessel (Maintains course and speed). The vessel that has the other vessel to its starboard (Right) shall change course or speed, or both in order to pass well clear of the other vessels stern. The vessel that the camera view is from is the Stand-on vessel. The other vessel is the give way vessel and was obligated to pass behind the other vessel and is at fault provided the information that can be determined from the clip. There is a possibility that either vessel prior to the collision, changed a "Head on situation" into a crossing situation and therefore would be in violation of the ICR. The one with the crane had nothing to do with the wind. That was a rigging failure, the slings were either under rated for the lifting angle or damaged and failed. At 1:59 This happened about 15 min drive from my house. The guy lowering the bridge was drunk. He got charged for the damage. My friend was the second car back from the bridge at the time and saw it all. I got to see the ship burn. Lots of changes were made to how the bridge operation is done today. That ship burned for over 12 hours.