Albert Dock’s much-loved sunken tall ship Zebu will not be salvaged imminently – so experts can assess the least destructive way to pull her from the water.
Marine surveyors and engineers are carrying out logistical investigations to assess the least harmful way of returning the historic vessel to the surface.
It was initially thought that she would be raised from the water tomorrow.
Zebu is fully submerged at its moorings, outside the Tate, with only its mast visible after sinking in the early hours of Friday, September 4.
It is still not known how the ship came to sink and an investigation has been launched.
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