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Huge Container Ship "Evergreen" (aka Hillary Clinton code name) stuck in suez canal because of wind (yeah, right hah)


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On 3/26/2021 at 1:42 AM, Gabriel Huber said:

Explained: What has caused a 'traffic jam' in the Suez Canal, hitting  global trade? | Explained News,The Indian Express

Stop serving soda water and coke to the crew ,problem solved, but if you must don't let them all on one side of the ship at the same time

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20 minutes ago, Rachel Underhill said:

Why don't they unload this ship then it will float higher in water and not be stuck. 

 

They may have to but its not as easy as that - it gets loaded using massive cranes , it could take weeks if not months to get those in place.

 

Then theres helicopters - Not many are going to lift that size and weight of  object the few that can could lift some but  others will be to heavy - 

 

Its going to be a significant challenge if they cant shift it laden.

 

 

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What i find hilarious in this, is that it cost around $160million to send that ship from asia to europe, with all those containers, but the shipping company cannot afford to have the ship have a full staff to sail the ship.

 

Just how much profit does it make on $160 million to send all that cargo to europe, but somehow cannot afford a full crew to drive, or sail the ship.

 

I would like to know how the shipping company does not make a profit on $160million for this trip to europe, for a full quota of crew to be onboard, to drive, or sail the ship?

 

It was supposedly speeding at the time of crash, ie 13knots, just imagine what momentum 200,000 tonnes going at 13 knots ie 15 miles per hour is like to stop, no wonder its totally stuck.

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I don't believe that this is an accident.

 

It will serve as a convenient excuse to phase out global shipping, which is part of the zero carbon plan, and will serve as the impetus to change the global food supply. I posted about this plan earlier today in the Great Reset thread (linked below).

 

The name of the company 'Evergreen' is suspicious too and, in my view, symbolic of the climate agenda driving this.

 

Ice Age Farmer has made another excellent video on this - thanks @Foggy Dewhurst for the heads up. Here is the link for those who haven't seen it.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/YP5YyBoj6QAu/

 

 

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39 minutes ago, andy1033 said:

What i find hilarious in this, is that it cost around $160million to send that ship from asia to europe, with all those containers, but the shipping company cannot afford to have the ship have a full staff to sail the ship.

 

Im not sure where you have heard  it was undermanned from - - I havent seen that reported - do you have a link

 

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Just how much profit does it make on $160 million to send all that cargo to europe, but somehow cannot afford a full crew to drive, or sail the ship.

 

Not much apparently it really is cut throat and margins are tight

Dont forget theres lots of costs fuel crew transit of canal - insurance - maintenance - the cost of the ship (loan) Docking fees - Pilot fees

 

 

It seems counter intuitive but theres a push for smaller vessels as they would be cheaper to run - even though you would need lots more crew - it spends a lot less at the Berth - usesa smaller berth  and so 5 150 K can be cheaper to run than 2 x400K - despite economic logic that bigger is better.

 

 

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It was supposedly speeding at the time of crash, ie 13knots, just imagine what momentum 200,000 tonnes going at 13 knots ie 15 miles per hour is like to stop, no wonder its totally stuck.

 

 

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Transit speed is 16KMH or 14 for tankers - thats about 8 kts (I misread kmh previous as kts)

 

Im sceptical as to claims it was speeding - as it would be in convoy and have a pilot (and monitored) - its possible someone has (like i did) seen 13 and because its on a plane / ship assuled kts was the measurement 13kmh is about 8 kts 

 

Worth noting at 8 kts she could possibly be a bitch to steer with slower flow over the rudder  - especially if cant use bow thrusters in zuez (dont know)

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Supposedly there was a dust storm at the time, and they were speeding. Although 13knots is not technically speeding, it is alot faster then they should of been travelling. It was not an illegal speed, but 13knots was effectively going full throttle, for where they were.

 

Plus given they did not have enough crew to fill the quota of jobs required to sail, or drive a ship.

 

Those things were supposedly why this happened, but mainly because they were speeding in dust storm. The speed was not illegal speed, but it was full throttle, for where they were, and should of been in advised to be going that fast, with the size of the ship, and where they were.

 

Just saying for those that do not know, as most media have not reported this stuff.

 

Being under manned, plus speeding, caused the accident, supposedly there was a dust storm too.

 

Just saying, and put it out there for people who have not heard it on media, as media are giving people a very basic idea of why this happened, ie heavy winds.

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4 hours ago, andy1033 said:

@Eldnah

 

Supposedly there was a dust storm at the time, and they were speeding. Although 13knots is not technically speeding, it is alot faster then they should of been travelling. It was not an illegal speed, but 13knots was effectively going full throttle, for where they were.

 

Plus given they did not have enough crew to fill the quota of jobs required to sail, or drive a ship.

 

Those things were supposedly why this happened, but mainly because they were speeding in dust storm. The speed was not illegal speed, but it was full throttle, for where they were, and should of been in advised to be going that fast, with the size of the ship, and where they were.

 

Just saying for those that do not know, as most media have not reported this stuff.

 

Being under manned, plus speeding, caused the accident, supposedly there was a dust storm too.

 

Just saying, and put it out there for people who have not heard it on media, as media are giving people a very basic idea of why this happened, ie heavy winds.

 

Im not disagreeing with you  - but i havent heard speeding or undermanned 

 

Ive heard mechanical failure (engines) and very low speed loss of steering - with wind blowing it to the bank

 

My point viz 8kts = about 13 kph was simply to offer an explanation as to how those of us asking questions could get confused as I say - i myself saw 14 and because it was a ship imiddiatly thought kts wheras its KMH - so I was passing duff info by mistake (since corrected of course)

 

 

So rather than disagreeing - im saying i cant yet agree or even disagree because the info just isnt there.

 

I think theres lots of speculation - with wind speed being the only thing we can be sure of at the moment 

 

Edit - I do think a lot of the theories are really off base especially those related to them trying to hide the name because they call it ever given not evergreen - If you cant research well enough to know the ships name then it doesnt bode well really.

 

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