Ever Given container ship finally arrives in Netherlands months after getting stuck in Suez Canal

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The Ever Given container ship, which blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week in March, finally arrived in the Dutch port of Rotterdam in the early hours of Thursday.

The ship, which blocked one of the world’s busiest waterways, subsequently spent more than three months impounded by the Suez Canal Authority.

The 400-metre vessel loaded with about 18,300 containers took three weeks to make the voyage from Egypt to the Netherlands.

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