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|In November 2004, DHL Global Mail and DHL Express announced their joint sponsorship of the former Illbruk Volvo 60 maxi yacht.|
The DHL VO60 has a Kevlar hull, Carbon Fibre sails and water ballasting. Designed by Farr and Associates, the yacht (then known as EF Language) won the prestigious 1997/1998 Whitbread Around the World Race skippered by Paul Cayard.
|A boat parked on a Sydney street||12/14/2007||274|
|Five kayaks in the River Weser a couple of them have two people in||12/14/2007||269|
|Let's play a game..count the number of boats here.. =P||12/11/2007||1,193|
|A bunch of kayakers off of Christchurch, England.||12/09/2007||768|
|Ocean Village Two (formerly AIDA Blu, Arosa Blu, Crown Princess) is a cruise ship operated by Ocean Village.|
File has a video embedded.
|The same exact ship seen 3 times in the harbour of Incheon, Korea.||11/30/2007||517|
|Tour Boats being towed up the beach||11/30/2007||483|
|Falmouth lifeboat, The Richard Scott, on its moorings at Port Pendennis, Falmouth||11/03/2007||322|
|The King Harry on the river Fal in Cornwall, claimed to be one of the worlds top ten ferry crossings.||11/02/2007||360|
|Mike Goldings open 60 racing yact Ecover in Ocean Village, Southampton.Name of boat very clear.||10/29/2007||406|
|This is the new high speed ferry that sail from Havneby on the danish island Romo to List on Sylt.|
It has a speed of 16 knots and took over sailing in 2005.
|You can see, that the ships are exectly the same, because the load of cars in bow are the same. A black car with sun roof window and the silver one behind the black. |
|Two tiny human powered boats, between the huge ship docks at Kiel Germany||09/01/2007||545|
|The Bleriot Ferry crosses the Red Deer River near Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. The ferry carries around 24,000 vehicles annually.||08/13/2007||688|
|Nice High Res shot of a river barge at a metal recycling area.||08/04/2007||823|
|You can see a tanker ship on the rhine between Mannheim and Ludwigshafen. ||06/24/2007||525|
|Belokamenka, previously known as Berge Pioneer, was built by the Japanese, is owned by the Russians, and acts as an FSO (floating storage and offloading unit) in Murmansk, Russia.||06/22/2007||668|
|Looks like it's dredging..||06/21/2007||525|
|A relatively high-res ferry in England, unloading.||06/06/2007||558|
|A 1100 foot tanker surrounded by 4 tug boats.||05/10/2007||437|
|A tanker is pushed by 4 tugs to the oil terminal Odessa.||04/22/2007||405|
|Grounded while trying to salvage the Princess I in 1990.||04/21/2007||555|
|Together with tug PAWNEE.||04/21/2007||592|
|This Fred Olsen Lineas catameran operates between Playa Blanca - Corralejo. |
The cat was built in 2003 by Austal Ships, Australia.