A precarious situation at Ft. Lauderdale’s Port Everglades early Thursday afternoon.
If you heard about a dangerous and potentially deadly chemical leak at Port Everglades Wednesday, there was no need to panic; it was only a drill.
Fleet Week Port Everglades has been sunk, at least part of it thanks to the sequestration cuts enacted by Congress and the President on March 1.
This year’s Fleet Week in Ft. Lauderdale may be a bit smaller than in years past due to federal sequestration, but it’s just as important to those who are serving on the ships who will take part.
Crews at Port Everglades will be back at work Wednesday trying to secure 27 cargo containers that tipped over on a barge.
A cargo ship lost some of its load off the coast of South Florida as the containers toppled over on the deck of the ship.
As Port Miami progresses with its upgrade, Port Everglades is slated for improvements as well.
It’s business as usual at Port Miami and Port Everglades after a planned work stoppage by cargo crews was narrowly averted.
In an effort to prevent a work stoppage at Florida’s ports this weekend, Gov. Rick Scott held a conference call with port executives Thursday to discuss the impact of a possible strike.
Competition is heating up for a place to park new cruise ships at South Florida ports, with the latest offering from Oceania Cruises arriving Thursday morning at PortMiami.