The 11,850 TEU container ship Ever Forward was refloated as of approximately 0715 local time on Sunday, 17 April. Eight tugs assisted in the operation that was coordinated by a Donjon-Smit salvage team. The vessel will now proceed to an anchorage for a hull survey. In...
The US Coast Guard says a new refloat attempt of the grounded 11,850 TEU container ship Ever Forward will take place today, 17 April. The effort will will involve the two anchored pulling barges and five tugs positioned around the vessel. If the first pulling...
Yesterday morning, a total of 180 containers had been removed from the grounded 11,850 TEU container ship Ever Forward. The US Coast Guard expects container removal operations to be concluded on or about Friday, April 15. In anticipation of a new refloat attempt, the...
The first barges carrying containers of the 11,850 TEU grounded container ship Ever Forward have arrived in the Port of Baltimore. William Doyle, Port Director, says 43 containers were offloaded yesterday, 11 April, while so far over 160,500 cubic metres of soil have...
Evergreen Line has hired Smit-Donjon to refloat the grounded 11,850 TEU container ship Ever Forward. The plan is to lighten the ballast and dredge mud from around the vessel. After that, tugs will try to pull the ship free during high tide. Dredging has already begun....
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