A critical dredging exercise in the Essequibo River has been completed.
According to the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD), the final phase of dredging activities in Chalmers Crossing by Dredge “STEVE N” was completed on November 30, 2014.
“STEVE N” commenced dredging in the Essequibo River on September 17, 2014.
“This represented part of the plan by the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) to dredge the shallow areas of the Essequibo River that currently impede the movement of ships.”
“STEVE N” is now expected to conduct more dredging activities at New Amsterdam Stelling in the first quarter of the New Year.
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