M/V Republica di Genoa capsized during loading March 8 in Belgian port city Antwerp. No injuries were reported. The cause of the capsizing of M/V Republica di Genoa, a roll on/roll off vessel of the London-based Grimaldi Lines, was not immediately clear. Port of Antwerp Captain Jan Persi said the 215-meter-long (705-foot-long) vessel slowly rolled onto her starboard side in a dead end dock earl...
The R/P FLIP is an open ocean research vessel. The FLIP (FLoating Instrument Platform) ship is a 355 foot vessel designed to partially flood and pitch backward 90 degrees, resulting in only the front 55 feet of the vessel pointing up out of the water, with bulkheads becoming floors. Pictures of this ship are frequently mistaken for a capsized ocean transport ship.
The cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground and capsized 13 January 2012 off the island of Isola del Giglio, having leftthe port of Civitavecchia earlier that evening at the beginning of a seven-day cruise around the Mediterranean.
The ship finally came to rest in about 25 fathoms (150 ft; 46 m) of water at an angle of heel of about 80°. The ship has a 50-metre (160 ft) gash on ...
An important historical site, easily identified from above.
The harbor of ancient Carthage: the semi-circular area had circular ship shed on the island. The longer area to the south was the working harbor.
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The Indonesian Navy (Indonesian: Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Laut, TNI–AL) is the territorial force responsible for the patrol of Indonesia's immense coastline. The Indonesian Navy has about 74,000 personnel and 136 ships including attack submarines.
Eastern Fleet Command, in Surabaya, conterminous with Army's KODAM V and KODAMs VII through IX and Air Force's Oper...
The scuttled French fleet at Toulon: aerial pictures. On November 28, 1942, the day after the scuttling and firing of the ships of the French fleet in Toulon harbor, photographs were taken by the Royal Air Force. Many of the vessels were still burning so that smoke and shadows obscure part of the scene. But the photographs show, besides the burning cruisers, ship after ship of the contre-torpil...
Vertical aerial view of "Battleship Row", beside Ford Island, on 10 December 1941, three days after the Japanese raid.
Ships seen are (from left to right): USS Arizona, burned out and sunk, with oil streaming from her bunkers; USS Tennessee with USS West Virginia sunk alongside; and USS Maryland with USS Oklahoma capsized alongside.
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