Another cargo ship, another waterway, another embarrassing scene for the shipping industry in Taiwan after the Suez Canal was closed a year ago.
Satellites from the US Earth observation company Maxar spotted a vessel that had been detained for two weeks in the shallow waters of the Chesapeake Sea near Baltimore, Maryland.
The 1,100-foot (330-meter) long Ever Forward is a small cruise ship with a similar team Always givenThe ship unscathed the Suez Canal for nearly a week in March 2021. While the Suez Canal, an industrial waterway dug in Egypt in the mid -19th century, provided the shortest route from the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea to. In the Indian Ocean, that event was set up in a car park, that is Visible from spaceand has greatly disrupted world trade.
Fortunately, Ever Forward didn’t do any harm. However, it seems to be giving rescue teams a similar title.
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The ship, operated by Taiwanese box carrier Evergreen, was sailing to Norfolk, Virginia, from Baltimore, Maryland, when it sailed into the Chesapeake on March 13, the ship said. New York Times shown.
The ship was sealed nearly a year after the Ever Given event, citing a wave of online jokes.
“March is International Evergreen Marine Corp Container Ship Runs Aground Month,” Twitter user Andy Mallon write, in a tweet published by the New York Times. “What do you do to celebrate?”
The Dredgers can be seen working around the island in Maxar satellite images, which were available on March 21 and released on Friday (March 25). Rescue work will begin on Friday (March 24) and will last a week, the dispatch system said Port technology shown.
Ever Forward doesn’t take any risks, according to the New York Times, and nothing has been reported on chemical liquids.
“The blockage of the vessel did not prevent other vessels from moving in and out of the port of Baltimore,” said William P. Doyle, director of the Maryland Port Administration, in a statement. Statement obtained by the New York Times. “Business and commercial activities in the port of Baltimore are continuing as usual.”
The cause of the incident is unknown.