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Stuck on the SeabedThe Belgian company DEME is one of the world’s biggest dredgers, operating a fleet of more than 100 vessels and bringing in revenue of close to $3 billion in 2018.
The dredger position is an approximation based on satellite images of the scene.How the Ever Given was freed from the Suez Canal: A visual analysis|Atthar Mirza, Júlia Ledur, Ruby Mellen|April 2, 2021|Washington Post
Their task was made easier by dredgers that worked over the weekend to dislodge the stranded vessel, shifting some 27,000 metric tons of sand to a depth of 60 feet.How the Giant Boat Blocking the Suez Canal Was Freed: Dredgers, Tugboats, and a Full Moon|Joseph Hincks|March 29, 2021|Time
Tugboats are working to try to shift the ship, while dredgers are trying to move the sand and silt at the bottom of the canal to ease its path.
I am rusty and ponderous at the start, like an old dredger that has stuck too long in the mud.Paul Patoff|F. Marion Crawford
Around Oroville and along the Feather river may be seen that marvel of gold mining, the electric dredger.The Road of a Thousand Wonders|Passenger Dept. Southern Pacific Co
Far up the river a gold dredger was at work, the low rumble of its machinery carried on the soft morning breeze.The Heritage of the Hills|Arthur P. Hankins
An excellent remedy for scalds is always at hand in the kitchen—the flour dredger.The Library of Work and Play: Housekeeping|Elizabeth Hale Gilman
It gives, however, excellent results with sand and gravel, and for this work is much superior to the bucket dredger.