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Crews Working to Refloat One of World’s Biggest Containerships Still Stuck in Germany

One of the world’s biggest containerships remains hard aground in Germany’s Elbe River just outside the shipping channel leading to the port of Hamburg.  Since the grounding of CSCL Indian Ocean last Wednesday night, crews have worked to lighten the ship and dredge soil from around the vessel in preparation for the next towing attempt scheduled for […]

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The CSCL Indian Ocean aground in the Elbe River, February 7, 2016. Photo credit: Central Command for Maritime EmergenciesOne of the world’s biggest containerships remains hard aground in Germany’s Elbe River just outside the shipping channel leading to the port of Hamburg.  Since the grounding of CSCL Indian Ocean last Wednesday night, crews have worked to lighten the ship and dredge soil from around the vessel in preparation for the next towing attempt scheduled for […]

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The CSCL Indian Ocean aground in the Elbe River, February 7, 2016. Photo credit: Central Command for Maritime EmergenciesOne of the world’s biggest containerships remains hard aground in Germany’s Elbe River just outside the shipping channel leading to the port of Hamburg.  Since the grounding of CSCL Indian Ocean last Wednesday night, crews have worked to lighten the ship and dredge soil from around the vessel in preparation for the next towing attempt scheduled for […]

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