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|Aside this ca. 640ft. container-ship, which is being (un-)loaded there are 2 large commercial ships, a large container harbour and much more. Nice area to have a look around, good resolution.||08/21/2005||468|
|A container ship with lots of containers and two cars. The ship guiding it is ahead to the west.||11/05/2006||814|
|Container ships being loaded in Anchorage (Alaska)- the left one by trucks - the other one by crane.||06/08/2006||619|
|A container ship with supplies for all businesses and privates has arrived in Nuuk and is now being unloaded.||03/01/2009||598|
|S. S. Palo Alto|
While the S. S. Atlantus may be the most famous concrete ship on the east coast, the S. S. Palo Alto ("The Cement Boat") is the most famous concrete ship on the west coast. The Palo Alto was built as an oil tanker by the San Francisco Shipbuilding Company in Oakland, California and launched May 29, 1919. She is the sister ship of the S. S. Peralta.
|Because of an engine failure, container ship ‘Safmarine Agulhas’ ran heavily aground on Monday night 26th June at approximately 21h15, shortly after leaving the port of East London en route to Durban. The vessel had 662 tonnes of heavy fuel on board and 88 tonnes of diesel oil. She was carrying 469 loaded containers and 112 empty containers.||04/01/2010||1,489|
|found in baltimore harbour, ship loaded with some small ships||08/18/2005||555|
|A ~350m containership at A.P. Møller-Mærsk Container Terminal in Yokohama, Japan. The ship is part of the Maersk Sealand line (check the side of the ship).||05/10/2007||764|
|Ship is approximately 620 feet long. |
Notice that a smaller ship can be seen 4.9 nautical miles SE of this one.
|Here is a big container ship (more than 350m) in Singapore harbour.||08/21/2005||533|
|Very clear shot of loading/unloading a container ship, Gibraltar.||08/02/2005||893|
|Containership runs into the harbour of Caligari|
A big container ship, guarded by two smaller ships runs into the harbour of Caligari, Sardegna (Italy)