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Ever Forward Versus Ever Given Grounding & Salvage | What's Going on With Shipping?


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Ever Forward Versus Ever Given: Grounding and Salvage | What's Going on With Shipping?

March 16, 2022

On this episode of What's Going On With Shipping, Sal Mercogliano - former merchant mariner and maritime historian at Campbell University - we compare and constrast the grounding and salvage of MV Ever Forward (March 13, 2022) with that of MV Ever Given (March 23, 2021). The examination looks at the potential causes for Ever Forward grounding and the findings and evidence from Ever Given; along with the salvage of Ever Given and potential salvage options for Ever Forward. Thanks to John Scott-Railton for use of his video.

#EverForward #EverGiven #grounding #salvage #supplychain #ChesapeakeBay #Evergreen #containership

00:00 Introduction
01:01 Ever Given Grounding
08:33 Ever Forward Grounding
25:52 Ever Given Salvage
29:42 Ever Forward Salvage
37:09 Conclusion

MV Ever Forward Runs Aground - Looking at the AIS Data
Courtesty of John Scott-Railton
https://twitter.com/jsrailton/status/1503839079443664896

Technical Team Boards Grounded Ever Forward in Chesapeake Bay
https://gcaptain.com/ever-forward-boarded/

MV EVER GIVEN Grounding 2D/3D Animation - Titanic Edition (Iceberg...I mean Africa...right ahead!)
https://youtu.be/rEc6lv4Pwz8

Suez Canal: How did they move the Ever Given?
https://www.bbc.com/news/56523659

Why Ships Crash | Investigating Ever Given crash in the Suez Canal | BBC Two Documentary
https://youtu.be/2x4cKPdtPhY

Coast Guard: Ever Forward still stranded in bay
https://youtu.be/a66scYfM67A

MV Ever Forward aground on Chesapeake Bay on March 15, 2022
https://maritimesafetyinnovationlab.org/ever-forward/

Marine Ways
http://www.marineways.com/

Craighill Channel entrance Buoy 2C tide charts for today, tomorrow and this week
https://www.tideschart.com/United-States/Maryland/Anne-Arundel-County/Craighill-Channel-entrance-Buoy-2C/

Marine Traffic
https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/shipid:6378710/zoom:12
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