|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|Looks like it's dredging..||06/21/2007||466|
|This is a strange looking ship, assuming it is a ship, in Rotterdam. Weird layout. Any Ideas as to what ship this is? Or What it is?||02/11/2007||1,742|
|Ship is approximately 620 feet long. |
Notice that a smaller ship can be seen 4.9 nautical miles SE of this one.
|A Ship on the Manchester Ship Canal heading out towards the sea. The ship canal runs around the River Mersey, which means that ship can come and go out sea any time, even when the tide is out, as you can see clealy on googles pictures.||01/11/2007||337|
|This ship is being unloaded at the Port of Ayr. The white powder (possibly fertiliser or soda ash) is being loaded into trucks. They can be seen waiting beside the ship and to the south. It is a dry day and they are using water spray to keep the dust down.||05/23/2006||429|
| I never seen a ship with a helicopter landing on it before, and would anybody know what type of ship this is?||07/31/2006||523|
|Empty trailing suction hopper dredger sailing towards dredging area to retrieve sand for the islands of The World||09/28/2006||414|
|Appears to be a ship frozen in coastal ice near Artyom, Russia. There are multiple vehicle tracks surrounding the ship and a possible oil slick under the ice.||04/17/2009||573|
|The Schulschiff Deutschland ("School Ship Germany") was employed as a school ship ship for the merchant marine beginning in 1927. This last German full-rigged ship is maintained as a memorial and museum ship. located at Vegesack, in the Federal State of Bremen, Germany. Since the name Deutschland was at the time of its building already assigned to an unbuilt naval warship (a pocket battleship, ...||05/30/2007||429|
|One of the biggest European nature reserves. It always strikes me when i watch on the monitor onboard of a ship going to an island how many sand banks there are in this sea. The ship always takes the right route but this summer one ship (ferry) ran aground taking the right route...||09/24/2005||614|
|HMAS Manoora (L 52) (formerly USS Fairfax County (LST-1193)) is a Kanimbla class Landing Platform Amphibious ship currently in service with the Royal Australian Navy |
The ship was constructed for the United States Navy as a Newport class tank landing ship by the National Steel and Shipbuilding Company at San Diego in California. She was acquired by the Royal Australian Navy and c...
|A collection of the "Biggest" ships visible in Google Earth, ranging from 950-1300+ feet. The ships differ in type: container ship, tanker, military ship, cruise ship, or ships under construction. Color-coded by size (every 100 feet). |
LAST UPDATE: July 22nd, 2014