A refloating attempt of the grounded container ship Ever Forward in Chesapeake Bay failed yesterday. After dredging around the vessel for about a week and a half, five tugs tried to pull the vessel free during high tide, but the vessel didn’t budge. CBS...
The US Coast Guard and Maryland Department of the Environment are coordinating the refloating of container ship Ever Forward. The 11,850 TEU container vessel grounded in the Chesapeake Bay, near Craighill Channel, on Sunday, 13 March. The vessel had left from...
The container ship Ever Given, which ran aground in the Suez Canal on Tuesday 23 March, has been refloated. After the stern of the ship came loose on Monday morning, the bow has now also been freed. Eyewitnesses reported to Reuters that the ship was under its own...
Container shipping companies A.P. Møller-Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd are considering rerouting their container ships, which would normally sail through the Suez Canal, via the Cape of Good Hope. The 400-metre container ship Ever Given ran aground across the important...
News that the container ship Ever Green that ran aground in the Suez Canal on Tuesday morning 23 March had been refloated and that shipping traffic could start again has proven incorrect. That is what officials of port authorities in the Suez Canal say. Dutch company...
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