Roll-on/roll-off (RORO) ships are cargo ships designed to carry wheeled cargo, such as cars, trucks, buses, etc.
The world’s biggest ro-ro vessel owned by the shipping company, Wallenius Wilhelmsen based in Norway.
As a Large Car Truck Carrier, it is capable of transporting 7880 cars and 430 buses.
One of the largest short-sea ro-ro ships owned by the CLdn.
The carrier is powered by liquified natural gas instead of heavy fuel oil and is termed an environment-friendly vessel.
The largest among its fleet measuring 264.6 m lengthwise and 32.29 m breadthwise with a current draught of 7.6 m.
A GG5G vessel, which incorporates the world’s biggest, environmentally sustainable ro-ro ships.
One of the biggest vehicle carriers in the world, designed to carry heavy equipment along with breakbulk.
Their energy-efficient and sleek design, makes them the most environmentally sustainable vessels.
Operated by Mitsui O.S.K lines based in Japan, this huge cargo carrier sailed under the flagship of Panama.
This is a huge RoRo ship sailing under the flagship of the Bahamas.