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Simulation of EVER GIVEN Accident in Suez Canal 2021 in 3D by FleetMon


published on 27 March 2021 9341 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "FleetMonCom". Recorded on 2021-03-24. Originally published on 2021-03-26.
On Mar 23, 2021, at around 0500 UTC, Ultra Large Container Vessel EVER GIVEN ran aground in the Suez Canal north of Suez. The incident caused a blockage of the Suez Canal, extensive vessel traffic jams, and disruptions in the maritime supply chain. Watch a 3D video simulation of the last 90 minutes of her journey before the accident happened. The video is based on AIS vessel position data received by FleetMon.

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Parana river pilot Martin Cazaux Argentina
on 27 March 2021, 19:43 UTC

For better analysis..coul you add...boarding position of the pilot...ship speed at any moment...wind,current speed and direction...thanks
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