Distinctive Ships of 2010 : Dry Bulk Carrier E.R. Brandenburg

Trade has always demanded the need for an existence of shipping of goods from one place to another. Haulage of dry bulk always challenged the shipping industry until it introduced its first dry bulk carrier, SS John Bowes, in 1852. Shortly, much better carriers were launched and continue to be launched even today which is

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Distinctive Ships of 2010 : Super Tanker Dar Salwa

In conjunction with the fruition of the oil industry, the expertise of oil haulage has forever been going forward. This fact was yet again proved right with the launch of the oil tanker, Dar Salwa, in November of 2010. KOTC (Kuwait Oil Tankers Company), as part of their modernizing route of action, received the Dar

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Heavy Lift Vessel : M/V Blue Marlin

The M/V Blue Marlin is a Dutch ship that was built in the year 2000 as a float-on/float-off or a heavy lift vessel that can be partially submersed. The Blue Marlin’s cargo carrying capacity is around 30,000 tons and the ease with which the 505 feet and 6,800 ton USS Cole was shipped from one part of the world to another, proves that the ship was designed to endure and carry cargo through.

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New Jack-Up Vessel by Beluga- Hochtief

Beluga- Hochtief Construction has begun work on the much awaited heavy- lift, jack- up vessel for use in the offshore wind turbine market. Mainly to be used in offshore construction market, the first vessel will be employed in the Global tech I Offshore Wind Farm. The entry of this vessel is said to address the

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What are Hull Ferries?
Types of Ships

What are Hull Ferries?

Hull ferries are simply a type of ferry. The name Hull Ferries refers to a certain brand of ferries which cruises between the ports of Hull in Great Britain to Rotterdam in Netherlands. Hull ferries are also known as the Pride of Hull and are one of the biggest ferry services that are in existence

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