Suez Canal authorities need to remove up to 706,000 cubic feet of sand to free Evergiven: worldnews


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I have written below in another post as well:

To be honest, there have been incidents / accidents like this in the past too. This has attracted a lot of attention due to the way the ship got stuck (unfortunately) and obstructed traffic. Even if the ships are moving slowly in the channel, just because of the tremendous momentum (in addition due to a very large payload block on board), if there is a power outage and the ship loses its steering and / or thrust of the main mover, it still has enough energy to pressurize it. Beach and tumble! In addition, due to the massive wall of container boxes on the deck, there is a lot of “ballistic” area pushing the ship ashore. I’ve had the opportunity to cross this channel many times now, here’s a video from one of these channels Crossing


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