The world's most famous container ship stopped in China for repairs - see how 6 days blocking the Suez Canal destroyed its bow.
The Ever Ace is part of a new class of mega container ship that is around 10 feet wider and two feet deeper than the Ever Given.
The ship was "slightly grounded," but quickly freed and re-floated, the Suez Canal Authority said. Traffic through the canal was not impacted.
The Ever Given got stuck in the Suez Canal on March 23. Four months later, it made it to its intended destination, the Dutch port of Rotterdam.
The Ever Given is on the brink of being released, according to its insurers, who say its owners have made an agreement in principle with Egypt.
A business owner with stock on the Ever Given told CNN: "We haven't been informed of anything - we are completely powerless and left in the dark."
Lawyers representing the Ever Given's owner said the ship should have been chaperoned by at least two tug boats, "but this didn't happen."
Ever Given's operators are facing mounting pressure to deliver their goods to customers while the ship is trapped in legal limbo in the Suez Canal.
Egypt's Suez Canal Authority (SCA) seized the ship as officials in the country seek compensation for damage done to the canal.
Shares of Evergreen Marine Corporation have gained 28% since the day the Ever Given ship got stuck in the Suez Canal and snarled global trade traffic.