A giant container vessel that was stuck in the Chesapeake Bay for over five weeks is on the go, once again. The Ever Forward cargo vessel reached Annapolis at about 10 am on Sunday.
It has been a little more than three weeks since a massive cargo vessel had run aground in the Chesapeake Bay and containers onboard will have to be unloaded, the US Coast Guard reported.
A 1,095-foot container vessel operated by Evergreen Marine Corp, the company whose vessel had reportedly blocked the Suez Canal in 2021 for almost a week, holding up several billions of dollars in worldwide trade, has remained stuck in the Chesapeake Bay from Sunday night.
The captain of a cargo vessel named Vera Su that had been stranded close to Kamen Bryag on Bulgaria’s Black Sea in 2021’s September has been sentenced to three years of imprisonment.
The Maldives got a compensation of $10 million in August from a firm whose ship had reportedly run aground in Kaafu Atoll’s Rasfari reef.
Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, Andhra Pradesh’s Tourism Minister, has said that the Bangladesh-based cargo vessel MV Maa had drifted from the anchorage point and had run aground near Tenneti Park, Visakhapatnam.
On 6 October, the Bulgarian National Television had reported that the crew evacuation on the Vera Su, the cargo vessel that was stranded on northern Black Sea, Bulgaria, has begun.
A general cargo ship loaded with grain was in a river waterway. Master initiated a reversing manoeuvre according to the pilot’s instruction, but the reverse order did not work. With reverse power still, at full, the ship came back into the channel relatively quickly.
It has been reported that a cargo ship has run aground near the Philippines due to typhoon “Surigae”. Several crew members are missing.