Suez Canal Megaship “Partially Refloated” Ahead Of US Navy Assessment, by Tyler Durden

Here’s a comprehensive, up-to-date account of the ship that’s blocking the Suez Canal. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Here’s today’s overview of the continued logjam at the Suez Canal:

  • Ever Given Partially Refloated At Stern
  • At Least 20 Vessels Carrying Livestock Stuck At Canal
  • IKEA Warns Containers Filled With Goods Blocked By Suez Crisis
  • Vessels Already Diverting Course from Suez Canal To Cape Of Good Hope
  • US Navy Arrives Saturday To Assess Ever Given
  • 300 Vessels Waiting To Traverse Canal
  • Tanker Rates For Suezmax Vessels climb to $17k Per Day
  • Suez Blockage Results In Rising Container Prices From China To Europe
  • Tugboats And Dredging Ships Were Unsuccessful In Refloating Ever Given
  • Bloomberg Report Process To Refloat Ever Given Could Take Until Next Wednesday
  • Shoei Kisen, The Japanese Owner Of Ever Given, Aims To Dislodge Vessel From Canal Bank By Saturday
  • Suez Canal Authority (SCA) To Cooperate With US To Refloat Ever Given

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Update (1654): So just how stuck is Ever Given?

The Suez Canal’s engineering documents show a cross-sectional diagram of the channel where the container ship is stuck.

An overlay of the container ship and the channel’s cross-sectional piece suggests the vessel is more stuck than what meets the eye via ground-based footage and satellite imagery.

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