March 30, 2021

Here's what it would look like if the Ever Given barge was stuck in Tampa Bay

The Ever Given, a 220,000-ton, 1,300-foot-long ship, was freed Monday after "Austin Powering" itself in the Suez Canal for six straight days. And while experts are still deciding if it will ever sail again, there's still a one in a trillion chance that it could end up getting stuck in Tampa Bay at some point.

To help visualize this point, the website Ever Given Everywhere, to see what it would look like if this giant barge royally inconvenienced something closer to your home.

So, here are a few Tampa Bay landmarks getting a little visit from the Ever Given.

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Here it is stuck in front of Derek Jeter's house

Here it is stuck in front of Derek Jeter's house

Here it is stuck at Armature Works

Here it is stuck at Armature Works

Here it is stuck at Whiskey Joe's

Here it is stuck at Whiskey Joe's

Here it is stuck across two lanes on the Howard Frankland

Here it is stuck across two lanes on the Howard Frankland

Here it is stuck at Sparkman's Wharf

Here it is stuck at Sparkman's Wharf

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