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Track of Ever Forward before grounding on Mar 14 2022


published on 15 July 2022 11 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Made Smart Group BV". Originally published on 2022-04-28.
The Ever Forward was travelling at nearly 13 knots when it exited the Craighill shipping channel and ran aground as it departed the Port of Balitmore on March 13 2022 in Chesapeake Bay.
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published on 25 March 2021

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published on 23 March 2022

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published on 10 August 2020

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Article Port Canaveral to Add New Patrol and Pilot Boats

by MarineLink - published on 30 August 2022

Port Canaveral will add a new security patrol vessel and a pilot boat after receiving federal grant funding for several projects to protect against terrorism and other security threats.

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