Inspections have been taking place since March when EVER GIVEN was finally freed thanks to a full moon and a ‘huge lever’, at least that was the claim. “A high spring tide rose at noon and sharply ebbed over the next hours, acting as an invisible hand pushing on the upstream end of the vessel, as the flotilla of tugs pulled from downstream.” So, there were no RED SEA GOD moments according to the article giving glory to the Moon. Read more here: How a full moon and a ‘huge lever’ helped free Ever Given from Suez canal | Suez canal | The Guardian
The full moon known as Worm Moon…seems to be something to look into? Just saying it is a bit interesting considering the events…
- This year’s full Worm Moon will reach peak illumination at 2:48 p.m. EDT on Sunday, March 28, 2021.
- Its name marks the return of earthworms to the soil, one of the first signs of spring.
- Scientists disagree on whether March’s full moon is a supermoon or not.
Not that I’m superstitious or casting spells, but the Cabal sure is. Or so they have such parties that oddly represent such things…from Superbowl halftimes to CERN Tunnel Openings. They do it…not me. Just saying.
Once dislodged, the EverGiven was hauled by tugboats to Bitter Lake. They have been undergoing inspections. Suez Canal Authority, shipmanager and shipowner are also expected to conduct parallel investigations as they all pledge to co-operate with all authorities.
RED DOTS AND GREEN DOTS…??
From an article by Lloyd’s List, it stated that two canal pilots were on board the vessel, which was fifth in the convoy transit at the time of the accident according to the vessel’s shipmanager, which attributed the casualty to winds blowing Ever Given off course and was adamant there had been no mechanical or electrical failure. This conflicted with the canal authority’s executive who initially said that winds were not responsible.
Lloyd’s List determined that winds at the time of the accident were about 30 kts and navigation rules permitted a vessel this size to sail under such conditions.
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), the ship’s technical manager, as well as the Japanese-owned shipowners and the UK P&I Club will also feed into this central investigation, as will the Suez Canal Authority.
The UK P&I (United Kingdom, Protection and Indemnity Insurance) Club insure cargo London (ukpandi.com)
BSM will fully co-operate with all authorities in any investigations, a company spokesman told Lloyd’s List.
UK P&I said similar, with both declining to confirm whether their representatives had reached the vessel.
BSM declined to comment when asked whether or not there will be a crew change. Read more here: Investigation into Ever Given casualty begins :: Lloyd’s List (informa.com)
So as we continue into the matter, we shall see what is found and what happens to the ships in the north going south and in the south going north. Especially with Russia in the north waters, and the USA in the south waters. Or have they been sent into Bitter Lake to do inspections?