During Christmas, salvors started the second cut on the hull of the grounded Golden Ray. The ship will be cut into eight sections; the first one took place on November 29.
In light of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray off St. Simons Sound, Brunswick, Georgia, the salvage team is making progress with the cutting operations.
In light of the Golden Ray wreck in St. Simons Sound, Brunswick, Georgia, salvage operators started cutting the first bow section of the capsized vessel.
In light of the Wakashio grounding off the Mauritius coast on 25 July, Lianyungang Dali Underwater Engineering is about to start the removal operations for the stern of the ship.
The Swedish Club launched a guide by Caglar Coskunsu at Cavus & Coskunsu Law Firm about salvage claims in Turkish Straits, in order to understand the claims in Turkish Straits, how the system is operated and who the salvors are should be known.
Following the salvage of the Golden Ray wreck in St. Simons Sound, Brunswick, Georgia, engineers announced that they will be modifying the mooring system to be used for the heavy lift vessel.
The salvage operations of the motor vessel Golden Ray are paused due to a combination of factors including COVID-19 mitigation protocols, as well as the hurricane season, the Unified Command overseeing the wreck removal announced, almost 11 months after the ship grounded in St. Simons Sound, Georgia.
Following the giant VLOC “Stella Banner’s” grounding on February 24, the 300.000 DWT vessel was intentionally sunk on Friday approximately 150km from Maranhão.
The first high-density polyethylene (HDPE) floating pipe barrier segment has been placed around the wreck of the Golden Ray.
Contractors have begun placing containers around the car carrier Golden Ray, six months after the ship grounded off St. Simons Island, Georgia, in an effort to reduce tidal flow effects during salvage operations.
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