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Getting Charleston ready for the world’s largest vessels

Charleston, South Carolina, will soon have the deepest port on the east coast – ready for some of the world’s largest vessels. When the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) initially started dredging Charleston Harbor in the mid-nineteenth century, principal entry channels were as shallow as 12 feet deep at low tide, forcing approaching […]

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