Watch this impressive collection of the World’s largest ships in service. Some of these monsters are bigger than most buildings in Manhattan. And some of them really look amazingly weird.
Biggest Ships at Sea
Watch the world’s biggest container ship – CSCL Globe in Hamburg.
Watch the world’s biggest container ship – CSCL Globe on its maiden call, coming alongside at the Port of Felixstowe.
In 2014, the maritime industry saw the launching of some of the most interesting vessels ever made. Take a look at the important and noteworthy launches of the maritime industry in the article inside.
In the chess match that has global powers looking for new ways to move goods around the world, the Mary Maersk and nine other sister ships are the biggest pieces. Checkout the video of the biggest container ship in the world.
Marine Insight brings you exclusive photos from inside the brand new engine room of the world’s largest ship – Maersk Triple E. Checkout all the photos inside the article.
Brodosplit has made the largest ‘heavy lifter’ in the world – Jumbo Kinetic. This ship is unique and exceptional in that it is the biggest ship of this type with the most sophisticated equipment.
Owned by an unknown Arabic multi-millionaire and jet-setter, Azzam is set to be the world’s newest and largest superyacht wonder. Poised to sail the seas in the autumn of 2013, the superyacht is currently being built by the revered German shipbuilder Lurssen at their shipbuilding yard at Bremen.
The first of the world’s largest container ships – Maersk’s Triple E Vessels is scheduled for delivery in July 2013. Watch the video of the assembling process of the Triple E Vessel in the shipyard.
Put into operation in 2006, Provalys is one of the largest and most advanced LNG carriers in the world. The LNG ship has a capacity of 154,000 m3 and is propelled by dual fuel engines and electric propulsion.
Mark V Class Vessels are the world’s largest Ro-Ro ships owned by Wilhelmsen and constructed by Mitsubishi. The advanced Mark V Class is a series of four vessels Roro with M/V Tonsberg as the first.
The year 2013 will be seeing some of the biggest cruise ships entering the market. The largest cruise ships in 2013 includes some of the well-known vessels from the biggest cruise lines in the world. Find out the list of top 10 biggest cruise ships of 2013 until now.
CMA CGM Marco Polo is now the largest container ship in the world with TEU capacitance of over 16,000 tonnes. Read more details on this amazing container shipping marvel in the article inside.
With sizes of new build ships increasing every year, the list of the longest ships in the world keeps varying. Find out top 10 longest ships in the world in 2012.
Unanimously known as the ‘Great Lakes’ Queen’ across the global maritime community, the M/V Paul R. Tregurtha is an unparalleled and peerless bulk carrier vessel and the biggest to sail on North America’s GreatLakes.
The largest LNG carriers of the world – the Q-Max vessels belong to the Qatari oil shipping cumulate, Qatar Gas. The Q-Max ships are so named to reflect their native country of operation and the maximum vessel length which can easily be accommodated into the Qatari harbour and port facilities.
Owned and operated by Wilhelmsen Logistics, the carrier ship, MV Faust is known to be one of the biggest car carrier ships across the whole international marine domain.
Aircraft carriers are huge naval ships which constitute an integral part of a nation’s naval fleet. At present, it is reported that there are nine countries which possess these biggest ships as a part of their fleet, while the US navy operates the largest fleet of such vessels. Find out top five aircraft carriers in the world.
The shipping industry has seen some of the biggest ships in the past few decades. Most of these great ships have been oil tankers; however, just like any other ship they have also met their ends in some ship breaking yard. In this article, we bring you five biggest oil tankers which have been scrapped.
Owned by American movie mogul David Geffen, the Pelorus is a superyacht that overwhelmingly lives up to its christened title. Pelorus is the anglicised version of the Greek Pelorios which refers to immenseness.
The Typhoon Class Submarines of Soviet Union are the biggest nuclear submarines ever designed and built. Equipped with ballistic projectiles, the six submarines were propelled through two nuclear reactors, generating almost 200 megawatts (MW) of power each. Find out more about these amazing submarines inside the article.
A Japanese innovation, the Yoshida is a sheerleg, a type of crane ships with a marked difference in its hoisting capacity and overall manoeuvring with respect to the vessel’s position. This floating crane is regarded as the biggest crane vessel in the world.
Equipped with two cranes, each with a load lifting capacitance of 7,000 tonnes each, the Saipem 7000 is regarded to be the second biggest crane vessel in the world. Put into operation in the year 1988 the vessel has for nearly a quarter of a century, provided excellence par services to its owners – the Saipem conglomerate.
Supposed to be known as one of the biggest crane ships out there at the sea, SSCV Thailf is a Deepwater Construction Vessel capable of carrying massive load. Some of the unique features of this floating crane have been mentioned in the article.