ⓘ Columbia Elizabeth

                                     

ⓘ Columbia Elizabeth

The Columbia Elizabeth is a barge designed to carry shipping containers. She was launched in 1999, for Columbia Coastal Transport. The vessels IMO number is 8639132. Her capacity is 912 TEU standard containers. When she was built she was one of the largest container barges ever built. Workboat magazine described her deck area as "the size of a football field".

Forty-foot containers are arranged in seven rows, up to six containers high, and eleven containers.

December 6, 2015, Columbia, Elizabeth was towed South to captain Latham, near port Canaveral, Florida, when the crew members noticed that she was missing several containers. She was headed to port of palm beach, where it was established 25 containers available. Margaret Norval, and other elements of the Coast guard, was tasked to look for the missing containers. One container washed ashore near port Canaveral. Some of the missing containers contained electric battery, the load, which is toxic.

                                     
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