Best Articles & Videos about Ships on the web

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A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

A Stunning 4K Timelapse Of The Gunhilde Maersk

Design Videos

A stunning 4K timelapse of container ship Gunhilde Maersk at sea from Ho-Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Ningbo, China and the incredible loading sequences at each port. A montage of over 78,000 5D Mk3 RAW files. Edited by Toby Smith to create a stunning day to night sequence in 4K.

The Drone Boat Of ‘Shipwreck Alley’

The Drone Boat Of ‘Shipwreck Alley’

Nature Tech

Divers flock from all over the world to see the wrecks for themselves each year — and last spring, they were joined by an unusual interloper: an autonomous boat named BEN. BEN is a self-driving boat that’s been tasked with making maps, and to help lay bare the long-lost secrets of the lakebed.

“Jahre Viking”, The World’s Biggest Ship Ever Built

“Jahre Viking”, The World’s Biggest Ship Ever Built

Videos

She was nearly twice the length of the Titanic, and her lesser-known history is no less epic. She’s been called by many names like Seawise Giant, Happy Ginat, Jahre Viking, Knock Nevis and Oppama & Mont. She was the biggest moving object that mankind has ever built.

Why Cruise Lines Keep Cutting Their Ships In Half

Why Cruise Lines Keep Cutting Their Ships In Half

Business Economics

In a process called “stretching,” the Star Breeze is getting pulled apart to make room for a new, 84-foot, 1,250-ton prefab midsection addition. Think of it like unsnapping (or unwelding) two Legos and putting another block in between. But with a boat.

Ferry Tales In Japan

Ferry Tales In Japan

Photos World

Far removed from the ultra-fast Shinkansens and myriad of metro lines that dominate Japan’s major cities, photographer Arnaud Montagard focuses his lens on a much more leisurely commute – Japan’s ferries.

The Story Of Freedom Ship

The Story Of Freedom Ship

Videos

Back in the 1990’s a man started a project from a dream he had to build not only the largest ship ever conceived, but to combine a family cruise line, airport and residential community all in one. His dream carried on through decades after and now seemingly stalled, a new CEO is taken the helm.

“Abandoned”, The Story Of The S.S America Vessel

“Abandoned”, The Story Of The S.S America Vessel

History Videos

In 1940, a stunning and iconic vessel was launched called the S.S America. A ship of pride for the United States and after a long career in her golden years, the vessel ended up in a state of limbo for a while. She was left abandoned floating aimlessly until she was bought out and renamed to the SS American Star.

The True Cost Of Tuna: Marine Observers Dying At Sea

The True Cost Of Tuna: Marine Observers Dying At Sea

Food Nature

The harassment, abuse, and sometimes death of the marine observers who uphold sustainable seafood standards are the industry’s worst-kept secrets. Critics say the people and companies that earn the most money on tuna aren’t doing enough to secure their well-being.

Virginia Mori

Inspiration
Virginia Mori
The Real Problem With The Cruise Industry

The Real Problem With The Cruise Industry

Business

What the novel coronavirus has revealed about the cruise industry is a “hidden in plain sight” problem — an international maritime regulatory structure that obfuscates and often ignores legal and social responsibility, accountability and culpability.

How Climate Change Is Shaping Business In Iceland

How Climate Change Is Shaping Business In Iceland

Nature Videos

While Iceland as a whole is experiencing the negative effects of climate change stronger than many other nations, Finnafjord actually aims to profit from the changing climate. The construction of a large container port is supposed to turn Iceland into a new hub for international merchant shipping.

The ‘Ocean Community’ Responds To Rising Sea Levels With Luxury Houseboats

The ‘Ocean Community’ Responds To Rising Sea Levels With Luxury Houseboats

Architecture Design Nature

RCA intelligent mobility graduate Wojciech Morsztyn envisions ‘Ocean Community’, a series of inter-linked luxury houseboats as the solution to rising sea levels. Connected via walkways, the floating pods make for autonomous living, with the ability to store and filter water, channel airflow for cooling and harvest energy from the sun and wind.

The Rise Of The Wind Ships

The Rise Of The Wind Ships

Design Innovation Nature

Commercial shipping – for many years resistant to the low carbon revolution sweeping other areas of transportation – is changing fast. Could a new generation of innovative propulsion technologies that harness the power of the wind help the shipping industry clean up its act?

How A Shipwrecked Crew Survived 10 Days Lost At Sea

How A Shipwrecked Crew Survived 10 Days Lost At Sea

Nature

On November 25, 2019, Chris Carney and his two-man crew, Pete Brown and Jun Sumiyama, set off from Japan on their way to Hawaii in a 42-foot sailboat. This is the story of how three crewmen lived more than a week in the middle of the Pacific in a wrecked sailboat with almost nothing.

The Curse Of The Ship Of Gold

The Curse Of The Ship Of Gold

History Long Reads

How Tommy Thompson, a brilliant scientist, went from discovering a mother lode of treasure at the bottom of the sea to fleeing from authorities with suitcases full of cash.

Matt Rota

Inspiration
Matt Rota
Is The Cruise Industry Finally Out Of Its Depth?

Is The Cruise Industry Finally Out Of Its Depth?

Business

The question is whether the coronavirus will dent, deflect or alter what has been a phenomenon of our times, the many-times multiplication of ship sizes, of passenger numbers and of profits, generated by an industry that manufactures its own version of reality, then shapes the places that its ships visit in the image of that reality.

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