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|Two ships on the Manchester Ship Canal taking cargo off at Elesmere Port. Note the river Mersey next to the Canal with the tide out. This was a benfit for hte Canal, that ships could sail up the canal even when the tide was out.||01/14/2007||393|
|This is where the ships enter the Manchester Ship Canal. The tide is out at the moment, but as soon as the tide comes in the ships can enter or exit the canal. Once in the canal they can safly move up and down the canal without worring about the level of the tide.||01/14/2007||489|
|This marks the end of the Canal in Manchester, Salford and Trafford Park. Follow the Canal all the way to the sea via Warrington and Birkenhead. Spot some ships||01/15/2007||383|
|ABLE own and operate what is probably the largest purpose-designed facility for recycling redundant marine structures including ships. The facility complies with health, safety and environmental standards of the UK, Europe and the USA. Clients for offshore structures decommissioning include some of the major international oil companies including BHP Hamilton, Exxon-Mobil, NAM BV, Phillips Petro...||09/12/2009||854|
|Here is a missile boat in dry dock, with the missile tube doors opened or removed. You can see the size difference compared to the attack sub in the next dry dock. There are a lot of ships at this port. Subs, cruisers, aircraft carriers, etc.||03/19/2007||1,302|
|Here you can see two ships in Hamburg in a dry dock. There the ships are taken out of the water for repairing them.||09/02/2005||545|
|The Maersk Triple E class is a family of large, fuel-efficient container ships, designed as a successor to the Mśrsk E-class. In February and June 2011, Maersk awarded Daewoo Shipbuilding two US$1.9 billion contracts ($3.8bn total) to build twenty of the ships.|
The name "Triple E" is derived from the class's three design principles: "Economy of scale, Energy effici...
|Four Ships waiting for yours pass of the Canal of Panama.||01/14/2007||594|
|Junction of Leeds & Liverpool Canal & Rufford Canal. The Rufford Arm, heading North to the Ribble, was opened in 1781. There may be two working boats adrift, blocking the junction, as sometimes happens. The remains of the old dry dock can be seen to the left of the junction.||09/05/2005||373|
|The Suez Canal is a large artificial canal in Egypt, west of the Sinai Peninsula. It was originally 164 km (102 miles) long, 300 m (984 ft) wide at its narrowest point and 8 m (26 ft) deep. After multiple enlargements over time, the canal is 193 km (120 mi) long and 24 m (79 ft) deep. The canal connects Port Said (Būr Sa'īd) at Lake Manzala in the north at the Mediterranean Sea, with ...||02/10/2008||2,567|
|USS TARAWA is the lead ship of the Navyís first class of amphibious assault ships able to incorporate the best design features and capabilities of several amphibious assault ships currently in service: the Amphibious Assault Ship (LPH), Amphibious Transport Dock (LPD), Amphibious Cargo Ship (LKA), and Dock Landing Ship (LSD)...||08/17/2006||728|
|A raft of 7 surplus ships. Just a neat shot.|
Cheaper to moor them like this than to keep them tied up to a dock.
Pull back and you will see lots more.