The St. Simons Sound Incident Unified Command working on the salvage of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray has resumed operations after the passage of Hurricane Isaias. The response has since placed
The St. Simons Sound Incident Unified Command working on the salvage of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray announced a pause in removal operations during an online media conference June 24. The
The largest heavy lift vessel ever built in the U.S., the twin-gantry, twin-barge catamaran VB-10,000, designed and owned by Versabar Inc., New Orleans, has arrived in the Port of Fernandina, Fla., to
Salvage operations to remove the capsized car carrier M/V Golden Ray from St. Simons Sound, Georgia, will involve the use of the largest lift vessel built in the United States, the VB-10,000
The Unified Command (USCG, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Gallagher Marine Systems) working to remove the capsized car carrier Golden Ray from St. Simons Sound, Georgia, successfully completed the removal of the
Another milestone has been reached in the ongoing efforts to remove the capsized car carrier Golden Ray, which has remained resting on its side in St. Stephen’s Sound. Georgia, since September 8.
A nailbiting drama reached its conclusion yesterday when Coast Guard and salvage crews extracted the remaining four crew members who had been trapped in the car carrier Golden Ray, which remains laid
At approximately 1 p.m., Monday, it was confirmed the remaining four crew members were still alive inside the capsized car carrier Golden Ray and an extraction plan is being developed to safely