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Typically, Egyptian pilots take over ships passing through the canal, but it wasn't immediately clear if that happened with the Ever Given Multiple attempts to free it by small Egyptian vessels were unsuccessful, but crews were eventually able to on Wednesday
Data firm Refinitiv estimated it could take more than 10 days to clear the backlog of ships Egyptian forecasters said high winds and a sandstorm plagued the area Tuesday, with winds gusting as much as 50 kilometers per hour
The shipowner and its insurers may still attempt to recover part of the settlement amount through legal means The crew members of the ship all have the Indian nationality
defamation, slander, or other such crimes Meanwhile, the situation is still the same - heavy tugs have not been able to re-float the vessel despite efforts made until now, therefore SCA has recalled a dredger to the site to assist in re-floating the vessel
The rescue boats are working to float and release the Ever Given, a 59-meter-wide 193 Work to re-float the ship was resumed early morning on Thursday in Egypt, shipping agent Inchcape said, citing the Suez Canal Authority
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It remained unclear when traffic through the canal would return to normal There is no way to verify the accuracy of this claim as the Suez Canal Authority SCA and Japanese shipowner Shoei Kisen Kaisha agreed to keep the contents confidential
A huge yellow excavator, itself about twice as tall as its driver, looked like a child's toy parked next to the ship's bulking bow At least 450 vessels, carrying everything from crude oil to cattle, have piled up on either end of the canal, waiting to pass
, a major Taiwan-based shipping company that operates the ship, said in a statement that the Ever Given had been overcome by strong winds as it entered the canal from the Red Sea, but none of its containers had sunk Evergreen Marine Corp