A dredging ship working on the Port of Miami Deep Dredge project is stationed in front of the Miami skyline as the deepening of the port's existing channels from its current 42 th foot depth to 50-52' is been done in preparation for the Panama Cana Expansion to allow new larger cargo ships to enter the Port of Miami in March 2015.
A dredging ship working on the Port of Miami Deep Dredge project is stationed in front of the Miami skyline as the deepening of the port's existing channels from its current 42 th foot depth to 50-52' is been done in preparation for the Panama Cana Expansion to allow new larger cargo ships to enter the Port of Miami in March 2015. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo
A dredging ship working on the Port of Miami Deep Dredge project is stationed in front of the Miami skyline as the deepening of the port's existing channels from its current 42 th foot depth to 50-52' is been done in preparation for the Panama Cana Expansion to allow new larger cargo ships to enter the Port of Miami in March 2015. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo

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