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Suez Canal UnBlocked - FREEEEDOM For The Ever Given


published on 30 March 2021 16

Found on YouTube. Created by "gCaptain". Originally published on 2021-03-29.
The mega containership M/V Ever Given which is free from the Suez Canal. Captain John Konrad discusses how they did it and what happens next!

MV Ever Given Freed! Suez Canal Set for Reopeninghttps://gcaptain.com/mv-ever-given-freed-suez-canal-set-for-reopening/

Suez Chaos Will Take Months To Clear Says Maersk
https://gcaptain.com/suez-chaos-will-take-months-to-clear-says-maersk/

New York’s Ever Given Crisis Is Bigger Than Egypt’s But Buttigieg Sits Silent
https://gcaptain.com/destroy-city-highways-schumer-marad/

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https://gcaptain.com/piloting-a-megaship-record-setting-msc-anna-arrives-in-san-francisco-bay/

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