"Ever Given" is new Titanic?

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  1. Mr Efficiency
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    Yikes, the gently sloped sides does give a misleading impression of the actual width of the navigable water.
     
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    The degree the bow has driven up the bank is obvious from looking at the waterline.
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    "Partially" free, whatever that means nowadays. Maybe waiting for the next tide to complete the task.
     
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    That's what the article said...
    Getting the stern free is a big advancement in the salvage, IMHO.
     

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    Yes, right now is totally free! thanks to Marco Polo...
     
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