5 greatest ships on the planet
Mont tankers used to have other names such as Knock Nevis, Jahre Viking, Happy Giant or Seawise Giant. It is 458.45 m long, 68.8 m wide and weighs 260,941 tons. If erected, Mont will be 108.45 m taller than Keangnam tower in Vietnam. The 50,000-horsepower engine allows the train to travel at a maximum speed of 30 km / h.
Mont is the longest ship ever built. However, it does not have the largest payload. It was led by four Batillus-class super tankers.
The TI class tanker is the largest in the world in operation. It is a product of Daewoo Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding Group, Korea.
The TI class ships weighed 234,000 tons with a length of 380 m, width of 68 m. They are capable of traveling at speeds of 30.6 km / h. This type can carry a maximum of 503.409,900 liters of oil.
CSCL Globe of China Shipping Corporation (CSCL) is the first of five ships of the same type that it has ordered to transport containers around the world. CSCL Globe started operations at the end of 2014 with a maximum capacity of 19,100 containers.
CSCL Globe is 400 m long and weighs 187,541 tons. The powerful engine allows the train to travel at a maximum speed of 41 km / h. However, its cruise speed is only equivalent to 19 km / h. The engine of the boat is 17 m high. The crew consists of 31 people.
Pieter Schelte is a specialized vessel in the oil industry. It was built to transport the rig from the factory to the installation site or vice versa. Pieter Schelte was born at Daewoo Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding Corporation, South Korea.
Pieter Schelte has a length of 382 m, width 124 m. 8 engines allow it to move at a speed of 26 km / h. The crew consists of 571 people.
MS Ore Brasil is the world's largest ore carrier, owned by Brazilian mining company Vale. This is the first of 19 400,000-ton ore carriers ordered by Vale of Daewoo Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding Group, South Korea and Rongsheng Heavy Industry Group in Jiangsu, China.
These ships are 362 meters long and 65 meters wide, capable of traveling at speeds of 28.5 km / h. They are responsible for transporting ore from Brazil to Asian countries via a route around South Africa. The crew consists of 34 people.