Suez Canal ship the Ever Given has partially refloated almost a week after getting stuck, according to reports.
It has restarted its engines, a shipping source told Reuters, raising hopes the busy waterway will soon be reopened.
The 400-metre (430-yard) long Ever Given has been straightened in the canal and will undergo initial inspections before being moved, two sources said.
Video posted on social media appeared to show the ship's stern had swung around, finally opening space in the canal.
Ship-tracking service VesselFinder has changed the ship's status to under way on its website.
The Ever Given became jammed diagonally across a southern section of the canal in high winds early on Tuesday, halting shipping traffic on the shortest shipping route between Europe and Asia.
At least 369 vessels were waiting to transit the canal, including dozens of container ships, bulk carriers, oil tankers and liquefied natural gas (LNG) or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vessels, SCA Chairman Osama Rabie told Egypt's Extra News on Sunday.
The Suez Canal salvage teams intensified excavation and dredging on Sunday and were hoping a high tide would help them dislodge the ship.
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