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|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||674|
|The Maersk Triple E class is a family of large, fuel-efficient container ships, designed as a successor to the Mærsk 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...
|This is the place where Maersk containers are made. Just outside Tinglev.|
You can also see the Maersk star at the factory.
|The A. P. Moller-Maersk Group (Danish: A.P. Møller-Mærsk Gruppen) is an international business conglomerate more commonly known simply as Maersk. Maersk has activities in a variety of business sectors, primarily transportation (container shipping fleet) and energy (offshore oil exploitation and transportation). It is the largest container ship operator and supply vessel operator in the world.||03/15/2008||509|
|A Maersk cargo container washed ashore by hurricane Katrina||12/22/2007||738|
|Containership in the Sea near Livorno (Italy).||08/25/2005||444|
|A containership with 2 tugboats in the Haven of Genua (Italy).||08/25/2005||311|
|960 ft Containership in Italy. Nearby is another little smaller one.||08/25/2005||486|
|The new terminal building at Billund Airport, Denmark. Including two planes in light blue Maersk Air paint.||09/08/2005||353|
|A massive, 280 foot, foot-like footprint in the middle of a desert in Egypt. Amazing!||05/13/2006||500|
|1. 16 Destroyer, 1100 -1300 ts.|
1a. Destroyer "Broke"-Class, 1480 ts.
2. Minesweeper, 830 ts.
2a. Minesweeper, 710 ts.
3. Heavy cruiser "York", 175 m long, 17,4 m beam, 8250 ts.
4. Guardboat "Kingsfisher"-Class, 510 - 530 ts.
5. Light Cruiser "Emerald", 7500 ts.
6. Light Cruiser "D"-Class, 4850 ts.
7. Light Cruiser "Calypso"-Cla...
|The Walrus class submarine is the only submarine class currently in operation in the Royal Netherlands Navy. They have been in use since 1990 and are all named after sea mammals. The Walrus class submarines are unusual in that instead of a cross-shaped assembly of stern diving planes and rudders, they mount four combined rudders and diving planes in an "X" configuration. This tail configuration...||10/24/2007||732|