Rough weather at sea symbolises the challenging and adventurous life of seafarers. Checkout some of the most thrilling photographs of rough sea taken at sea by real seafarers.
Seafarers are among a few rare professionals who get the chances to witness both the best and worst moods of nature. In this article we have compiled some of the photos of ships’ encounter with huge waves in high seas. Let’s have a look.
Checkout this video of the Storm Gertrude filmed by Bigwavemaster (from an Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel) about 100 nautical miles north east of Shetland.
Here’s a video of a ship that was caught in a storm near the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Watch the video as the vessel lists more than 30 degrees, battling the waves to maintain a steady course.
Watch the video showing the crew of a fishing vessel working in heavy weather. An extremely tough and dangerous job for the crew.
Watch an amazing video of a cargo ship carrying wooden logs stuck in storm and listing at 45 degrees. The ship’s crew plays a heroic part to save the ship by releasing the logs into the sea.
Watch this great video submitted by our team member of a huge tanker ship sailing through a storm with heavy winds in North Atlantic Ocean.
The video shows a container ship in heavy storm with a tensed crew and a messed up bridge.
A total of 64 cars were aboard a Russian cargo ship Astongate, which was traveling from Toyama, Japan, to Vladivostok, Russia. After a storm hit the ship — 52 of them ended up at the bottom of the sea.