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It was amazing walking in between these two humungous ships!

Still very very busy !!!

"Sail away from safe harbor. Catch the wind in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover."

 

Mark Twain

Dredging the harbour Wearmouth Sunderland the following facts are from www.flickr.com/photos/steviej007/

IMO number : 7424358 Flag : Netherlands

Owner: R.N. Dredging B.V., Zeist, NL

Mgr: ROHDE NIELSEN A/S, Copenhagen

Built 1974 Forges de Strasbourg S.A., Strasbourg Ship converted 1989-01

L: 80.00m B: 13.80m D: 3.360m

GT 1,574 NT 472 Dwt 2,700to.

2x Cummins Engine KTA 38M each 736 kW 8.00kn

Call Sign : PIVA

photomatix & iphone app

  

The cruise ships Carnival Pride, Carnival Magic and Norwegian Breakaway, docked at Nassau, Bahamas.

 

With the Arrival of the Carnival Victory on the 19th june 2006 with about 3200 guests and Visitors the city of Saint John was buzzing with activities in spite of the early fog which clear up later in the early evening ......It was a deligteful and Carnival atmosphere near the harbour .....More than 32 Cruise Ship will Visit Saint John NB this Year,including Queen Mary 2 her second Visit this October.

  

For other Cruise Ship Pictures welcome to click on this link www.flickr.com/photos/ming_chai/sets/72057594128434176/

 

"A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles." – Tim Cahill

From my archives of the last winter cruise ...

 

Cozumel, Mexico

 

Copyright 2014 © Serge Daigneault

 

View the entire Celebrity Equinox cruise here!

  

Loading containers on a ship, on the right

you can see they are stacked two high to gain space

  

Best viewed on Black

Roll-on/roll-off (RORO or ro-ro) ships are vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers or railroad cars that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels. This is in contrast to lo-lo (lift-on/lift-off) vessels which use a crane to load and unload cargo.

RORO vessels have built-in ramps which allow the cargo to be efficiently "rolled on" and "rolled off" the vessel when in port. While smaller ferries that operate across rivers and other short distances often have built-in ramps, the term RORO is generally reserved for larger ocean-going vessels. The ramps and doors may be stern-only, or bow and stern for quick loading.

Various types of RORO vessels include ferries, cruiseferries, cargo ships, and barges. New automobiles that are transported by ship are often moved on a large type of RORO called a Pure Car Carrier (PCC) or Pure Car Truck Carrier (PCTC).

Elsewhere in the shipping industry cargo is normally measured by the metric tonne, but RORO cargo is typically measured in units of 'lanes in meters' (LIMs). This is calculated by multiplying cargo length in meters by the number of decks and by its width in lanes (lane width differs from vessel to vessel and there are several industry standards). Aboard PCCs cargo capacity is often measured in RT or RT43 units which is based on a 1966 Toyota or by car equivalent units (CEU).

The largest RORO passenger ferry is MS Color Magic, a 75,100 GT cruise ferry that entered service in September 2007 for Color Line. Built in Finland by Aker Finnyards, she is 223.70 m (733 ft 11 in) long, 35 m (114 ft 10 in) wide and can carry 550 cars as well as 1270 lane meters of cargo

The RORO passenger ferry with the greatest car-carrying capacity is the Ulysses (named after a novel by James Joyce) which is owned by Irish Ferries. She entered service on 25 March 2001 and operates between Dublin and Holyhead. The 50,938 GT ship is 209.02 m (685 ft 9 in) long and 31.84 m (104 ft 6 in) wide, and can carry 1342 cars and 4101 lane meters of cargo

 

The "Destine" coming into port

Typ: Cargo Ship

IMO Number: 9000730 Country: Brazil

MMSI Number: 710287000 Length: 200.0m

Callsign: PPSO Beam: 32.0m

TAKEN IN SEPETIBA PORT - ITAGUAI - BRASIL

2006, June 7

Cozumel, Mexico

 

Naturally, at every port we saw, there were ships from other brands of cruise line. This one is a Disney ship we saw at Cozumel, Mexico.

 

This is my most-viewed photo, and has been since 2008 or so.

 

This was my first photo to pass 25,000 views (Dec. 2009).

This was my first photo to pass 30,000 views (April 2011).

This was my first photo to pass 35,000 views (June 2015).

 

(Copyright :copyright: 2006 by Wil C. Fry. Some Rights Reserved.)

Old rusty ships in (very) small harbour at dawn

An abandoned fishing boat somewhere on the North Coast of Egypt

I thought I would change the venue for today's shot. While capturing a more industrial scene, the geese flew by emphasizing, to me, how we have to share the world with each other.

Typ: Cargo Ship

IMO Number: 9320001 Country: Liberia

MMSI Number: 636090930 Length: 208.0m

Callsign: A8HQ7 Beam: 30.0m

Typ: Cargo Ship

IMO Number: 9007269 Country: Brazil

MMSI Number: 710074011 Length: 192.0m

Callsign: PPSE Beam: 32.0m

My friend tells me this was a Korean ship being taken to the Philippines to be broken up when it came free of its ropes and grounded on the rocks in southern Pingtung.

Reliance ships transporting goods in the port location Perak Surabaya, East Java's.

 

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Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas—the largest passenger ship ever built—docked at Cozumel, Mexico.

 

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At work in the Fulmar oil field.

Typ: tank Ship

IMO Number: 9200926 Country: Bahamas

MMSI Number: Length: 246.0m

Callsign: C6FY3 Beam: 42.0m

Big Ship - Taken by Sony A7II + Zeiss FE 16-35mm F4 Lens

Taken with Olympus E-620 zuiko 12-60mm swd @ West Coast Park. Tone mapped with Photomatix

Typ: Cargo Ship

IMO Number: 9007269 Country: Brazil

MMSI Number: 710074011 Length: 192.0m

Callsign: PPSE Beam: 32.0m

Heading south: Workers from the beach renourishment project heading back to port.

 

Heading north: Visitors ferrying to the Greyfield Inn on Cumberland Island where rooms range from $425 to $635 a night.

This ship tours visitors around Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, located in Shiga Prefecture, our new home.

Notice that, though she's fully loaded with containers, she's riding as if she's empty... I'm guessing she's carrying empties back to get refilled.

 

I think container ships are beautiful anyway, but all the different colored containers on this one was very striking to both myself and my lady (aka the Hunchback of the Jeremiah O'Brien).

 

Cool History!! I passed 1000 views on this image, just days before its one-year anniversary... still no comments nor favorites, and it's never been in Explore as far as I know, yet so many people are seeing it. That's really cool. Thanks, everyone!!

 

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