How Do You Dock a Ship Into a Port That's 200 Feet Short?

The Viking Sea is docking into the Scottish port of Lerwick. It's a major challenge considering the port is over 200 feet shorter than the ship. Can the staff captain in charge dock without causing damage? (3:56)

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