Update: Madrid Bridge has now returned to the Charlotte Anchorage.
Madrid Bridge is on the move!
After arriving at the Charleston anchorage late Wednesday with about 80 containers collapsed on deck, AIS ship tracking data now shows the Madrid Bridge is underway again off the coast of Georgia. We’re also now getting our first look at the extent of the container collapse, taken while the vessel at the Charleston anchorage.
But after arriving at the anchorage late Wednesday, it seems that plan may have changed. AIS as of Friday morning shows the vessel being “Underway Using Engine” at a speed of 6.3 knots. So far there has been no update from ONE and the ship’s AIS is still showing a destination of Charleston, with arrival expected January 23.
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