Here's how big stranded Suez Canal ship Ever Given is next to Portsmouth area landmarks and places

EYES all around the world have been glued to the Ever Given this week after the 400m-long container ship blocked the Suez Canal.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 9:49 am
Updated Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 11:24 am
A picture released by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on March 29, 2021, shows a tugboat pulling the Panama-flagged MV 'Ever Given' container ship after it was fully dislodged from the banks of the Suez. (Photo by - / SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY / AFP) (Photo by -/SUEZ CANAL AUTHORITY/AFP via Getty Images)

As the huge vessel has been moved on, hundreds of ships have been able to finally make their way past after a week of Ever Given blocking the trade route.

Ever Given Ever Ywhere, a new Glitch app, allows users to view how the ship sizes up next to familiar landmarks across the world.

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Portsmouth fans cannot wait to return to this iconic landmark, which looks tiny next to the giant ship

Here are a few extraordinary examples of what the Ever Given might look like if it was spending some time in the Portsmouth area.

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Here's an example of what the ship would look like if it decided to pull up right next to the Spinnaker Tower
The ship seems to be about the same length as the Hayling Island bridge
Ever Given fits nicely across these playing fields in Cosham
Here's how big the vessel is compared to Canoe Lake in Southsea. It could definitely outrun a pedalo!
Lewis Capaldi famously packed out this field during Victorious Festival 2019 - but Ever Given dwarfs the space and makes Southsea Castle look like a doll's house
Here is what Ever Given would have looked like wedged into the gap between Eastney and Hayling Island
The giant stranded ship which blocked the Suez Canal would cover much of Fareham Shopping Centre
Another example of what it would look like if the Ever Given headed to Port Solent for a visit
The gigantic vessel makes the Cosham hospital look tiny as it spans more than the length of the site