She will be docked at the Chinese company’s CICT wharf. Furthermore, ECT can dock her safely. However, the current cranes are a little too large for them. The vessel has a capacity of 24,000 TEUs and is 400 meters long and 62 meters broad.
Because other terminals at the Colombo Port lack comparable cranes, the world’s largest ship can only be berthed at the CICT, the Chinese SOE run CMPort facility. If Adani Group wants to compete, they must install Quay Gantry and RTG cranes.
In July of last year, she was launched into the sea. She’s embarked on her maiden journey. This month, her sister vessel, EVER ACT, was launched into the sea.
There are only a few dozen ports in Europe and Asia that can accept big ships. There are no appropriate ports on the other continents. Currently, only in Colombo, South Asia.
EVER ACE to Colombo and her Port Rotation
HAMBURG (Germany) – FELIXSTOWE (UK) – ROTTERDAM (Netherlands) – SUEZ CANAL Transit – COLOMBO (Sri Lanka) – TANJUNG PELEPAS (Malaysia) – KAOHSIUNG (Taiwan) – QINGDAO (China) – SHANGHAI (China) – NINGBO (China) –TAIPEI (Taiwan) – YANTIAN (China).