Children celebrate after the liberation of the container ship Ever Given in the Suez Canal on Monday, March 29th.
This satellite image was taken on Monday after the ship was expelled.
Evergreen escorts a tugboat as it moves across the canal on Monday.
People watch the newly floated float on Monday.
This satellite image shows the ship stuck in the Suez Canal on Sunday.
The tugs are trying to free the ship on Sunday.
Workers try to evict the ship on Sunday.
The tugboat operates at Ever Given on Sundays.
A woman walks with her children near the ship on Saturday.
A night view of the huge container ship on Saturday.
A boy watches a couple of locomotives try to free Ever Given on Friday.
The jumbo ship can hold up to 20,000 containers.
The tugboat works alongside Ever Given on Friday.
Ships anchored outside the Suez Canal in Ismailia, Egypt, Thursday. The ships could not pass while the Evergreen was blocking the road.
An excavator removes mud and sand from around the bow of the Evergreen ship on Thursday.
Ships waiting in the Great Lake of Egypt on Thursday.
Lieutenant General Osama Rabie, head of the Suez Canal Authority, watches an Evergreen from another ship on Thursday.
The locomotives sit next to Ever Given on Thursday.
This satellite image shows the clogged channel on Thursday.
The Evergreen Arch is jammed in mud and sand along the banks of Canal N Wed.
At 1,312 feet, Ever Given is nearly the length of an Empire State Building.