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So when a huge ship like this is designed and built they incorporate specific points in the hull where the ship can rest on supports. This way when the ship is taken into a dry dock to be painted or repaired the workers know
Sure they do. Less than a decade ago (when I worked for MSC) all the lines were one-upping each other to see who could build the fastest box ship. The 2008 fallapart and hike in fuel prices killed off quite a few lines and
I served on submarines in the Navy. These small boats would push things around the piers such as small barges, floating tanks, or mooring camels. Most Navy Bases now also have floating barriers to prevent terrorist attacks. These small boats would also be used
I love living near New London. I get to see her so often. She is an amazing ship.
That’s nothing like the superyachts I’ve ever seen. You’d have to be a multi multi multi billionaire to even think about buying that. Although I bet its only available on charter.
Apparently the rule of thumb is 10% of the value of the boat. A guy who owned a 2.7 million dollar boat said it costs him 300k a year to keep. Therefore, that boat probably costs a cool million a year. Shit, it costs
Before you try to be clever and cocky, [get your facts straight.](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Condamine) EDIT: Fore reference, [this is Nice.](http://math.unice.fr/~ribot/Biofilms/NicePort.jpg) Had too much Champagne while there?
I think a enclosed tender would only be comfortable if there was some type of AC unit keeping it nice inside. Otherwise no matter how nicely fitted out this tender is it would just be stuffy and smelly inside. But I agree if I
It’s a casino/pleasure barge that’s only halfway built-out. I would guess that the developer ran out of money before it was finished, or didn’t want to finish it because they built it on spec. and they anticipate that the final owner would want to
I can confirm the hull was made in Norwary, cost $2 million. Source: We cleared it through customs for them.
And the google translate link for the lazy http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&u=http%3A//www.marine-marchande.net/groupe%2520mar-mar/Documents/Photos2/Batillus.htm
[From Lloyds List:](http://digilib.lib.unipi.gr/dspace/bitstream/unipi/1889/1/Casualty_Week_Aug_25.pdf) Page 13 ROGER BLOUGH (U.S.A.) Troy, Mich, Aug 10 — Tuesday (Aug 8) evening bulker Edgar B.Speer was reported to tie alongside bulker Roger Blough. The pair were expected to depart Wednesday morning with Roger Blough alongside Edgar B.Speer. Both vessels
the waterline is length-wise and is only true for displacement-type boats not planing (max speed in kn ~= 1.2 squareroot(length in ft)) i.e. not catamarans, trimarans and hydrofoils. So what is the theoretical max. ? I am not an expert here, but I reckon
I agree. It looks like something that’d look at home in it’s slip at the marina with people on the sundeck with cocktails. http://i.imgur.com/ZwzVTDx.jpg is what a yacht should look like 🙂 (That’s my “If I won the lottery” boat)
It’s called a “megin” It’s a four person dinghy, modeled after old working vessels from the inner Danish waters. The hull shape is stolen from/inspired by Viking ships found in Denmark. In short: a small pleasure craft 😃
This is the only thing i could find… but it does not say who was responsible as i beleive the investigation is still underway. http://www.fleetmon.com/newsroom/2015/6523/weekly-shipping-risks-report-week-7/ “Ever Smart vs. Alexandra 1 Container ship Ever Smart and crude oil tanker Alexandra 1 reportedly collided on Feb
Actually, that’s from the 2009 builder’s trials. [Link to uncropped, unedited version \[3213 × 5090\]](http://www.navy.mil/management/photodb/photos/090712-N-0000G-004.jpg) >090712-N-0000G-004 > >GULF OF MEXICO (July 12, 2009) The littoral combat ship Independence (LCS 2) underway during builder’s trials. Builder’s trials are the first opportunity for the shipbuilder and
I visited this when I was in Stockholm. An American tourist in our group asked “What did they use for fuel?”.
Go down below and I bet she smells of old varnish, fish, hemp, and other vintage maritime odors. I can see it now, “New Glade fresh scent – Galway Hooker.” Beautiful.
What’s up with the two crane platforms closest to the camera? Can the be moved? I cannot see any other points where the can be attached but it seems like a waste of space to have the located where they are and not at
She’a a three masted barque. [This is her from the side](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/66/Garthsnaid_-_SLV_H91.250-939.jpg/1280px-Garthsnaid_-_SLV_H91.250-939.jpg), so the mizzen won’t be easily visible as it is not square-rigged. kliff0rd is correct that the photo will have been from the jibboom. The photo is on a [12.1 x 16.6 cm
Now we’re getting carried away. Kidding, I like it. I tried to get ‘double contractions’ to catch on in school, such as he’sn’t for “he is not”. Clearly it didn’t pan out.
don’t want to kill your post (it aint an ugly boathouse) but i think you’ve never seen boldt castle and its [boathouse] (http://www.northnet.org/brvmug/WindPOwer/StillImages/StillImages/BoldtCastleBoathouse.jpg)