gCaptain Update: The Suez Canal Authority and salvors working to refloat the Ever Given will not attempt to pull the ship free Sunday night as they await the arrival of another high-powered tug, pinning hopes of refloating the vessel on Monday’s high tides.
“SCA has decided to postpone the next refloating attempt until sufficient tug power is in place,” shipping agent Leth Agencies said in its Twitter update on the salvage efforts. “TUG ALP Guard has already arrived. Second, TUG Carlo Magna, will arrive Monday morning. In lieu of the tide table, a likely time for the next attempt is Monday evening.
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