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The ever-present ship is blocked by the Suez Canal and sails again 150 days later

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After a 150-day blockade and blockade of the Suez Canal in Egypt, the ship gave way The channel crossed the line for the first time since the incident in March with goods from the UK to China. This time, the crossing of the container ship took place without causing any global problems or losses.

The SCA (Suez Canal Authority) said Ever had provided another 26 ships to sail from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea. The information came from the Reuters news agency.

He has always been with two boatmen crossing and a group of experienced SCA pilots. This is the 22nd route of the ship through the Suez Canal. Watch the video below published by the channel authorities.

A week after the end of March, despite the unrest, It was only in July that the final destination was reached, Three weeks ago, in the port of Rotterdam, Holland. In the days when containers were unloaded from the ship, the port took advantage of the opportunity to make money, which made it a tourist attraction.: They charge $ 13 (approximately 70 riyals) for a 90-minute voyage around the ship.

According to Vesselfinder, a site that tracks ships, even provided by Suez

Image: Reproduction / Site Vesselfinder

After the Netherlands, on August 3, a large ship set sail for the port of Felixstow, England. Two days later he began his journey to China. Ever Given was in Malta last Sunday (15) before arriving in the Egyptian city of Port Said last night. He left for China this morning.

Between March 23 and 29, the ship sank in the Suez Canal, causing 422 shipwrecks on one of the planet’s major sea lanes. By July 7, five days after the container was seized in Egypt, road traffic had returned to normal.

The release came only after a compensation agreement between the Suez Canal Authority and the Japanese company Shui Kisan Kaisha, which owns the ship..

Initially, the Egyptian government demanded $ 916 million in damages, but later reduced the claim to $ 550 million. However, the final amount has not been disclosed.

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