- published: 14 Jul 2011
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Just the view from the three balconies of our room. The tennis court and car park are a sight to behold, but the two ports have a mixture of private luxury yachts, big tourist liners, and ocean going freight ships
NorthLink Ferries Freight RO/RO Hildasay outbound from the Port of Aberdeen, Scotland on 13th May 2010. Bound for Lerwick and Kirkwall. Previous Names: 1999-00 Leili 2002-00 Port Everglades Express 2004-10 Leili 2005-08 RR Shield 2007-10 Shield 2010-01 HILDASAY Shiptype Ro-Ro Cargo Ship IMO 9119426 MMSI 215952000 Call Sign 9HGG8 Flag Malta Port of Registry Valletta Owner : Shield Shipping Co Ltd - Bahamas Operator: Northlink Orkney & Shetland - UK Built: 1999-11 Ast. de Huelva S.A. - Huelva Yard/hull No.: 573 (Spain) Hull Material:Steel; Hull Connections:Welded; Bulbous bow; Ice strengthened Length Overall 122.320 Length (BP) 112.200 Length (Reg) 112.200 Breadth Moulded 19.800 Draught 6.200 Depth 12.900 Gross Tonnage (GT) 7,606 Net Tonnage (NT) ...
Mario Galea's L12 powered AEC Mammoth Major is seen climbing a long drag with a full load in May 2011. This lorry was new in the UK as HRL262L, and still has the original tipper body fitted with the sides cut down slightly.
After cycling 26600 KM through the whole continent of Africa, from Zürich to Cape Town, I didn't want to simply fly back. The journey took almost two years, so I needed an equivalent "slow traveling" way home. That's why I took a cargo ship, a multipurpose vessel with bulk and containers, to sail during 20 days back from the port of Cape Town until Rotterdam. We stopped in Walvis Bay (Namibia) and Vigo (Spain). This video goes slowly, just like the trip. Our speed was between 20 and 30 km/h. More details and stories on: freewheely.com/category/synopsis/ More photos on: flickr.com/photos/jbdodane/sets/72157651903971749
The Vehicles Carrier ship NEPTUNE OKEANIS- IMO 9306706 shortly before / after the impact of the the North Pier in Harbour at noon on 30 June 2015. Name: Neptune Okeanis IMO: 9306706 Flag: Malta MMSI: 215912000 Callsign: 9HZW7 Vessel type: Ro-ro Cargo Gross tonnage: 27,788 tons Summer DWT: 6,200 tons Length: 164 m Beam: 26 m Draught: 6.6 m Home port: Valletta Class society: Det Norske Veritas Build year: 2004 Builder (*): Fincantieri Palermo Palermo, Italy Owner: Neptune Lines Shipping & Managing Athens, Greece Manager: Neptune Lines Shipping & Managing Athens, Greece
As the title suggests, this is my first attempt at filming and editing some footage using my GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition. It should give you a fairly good idea of what it's like being a night freight pilot, and over the two days of filming out to Mt Isa, QLD and back there was some good opportunities to capture what we do. I apologise if the sound quality isn't great or if my camera work is crude, however I'm learning how to do all this as I go!! I hope you enjoy it and I'm happy I'm able to share this with you! FWZ.
Shafting perfect Loading shocking tank cargo lifter - The utility model discloses an engineering vehicle. The engineering vehicle comprises an auxiliary frame, a hydraulic oil tank, an out sucking pipe and a main oil pump. The hydraulic oil tank is arranged inside the auxiliary frame, one end of the oil sucking pipe is communicated with the hydraulic oil tank, the other end of oil sucking pipe is connected with the main oil pump, and the oil sucking pipe is mounted inside the auxiliary frame. According to the engineering vehicle, the oil sucking pipe is mounted inside the auxiliary frame to keep a relatively large distance from the wheels of the engineering vehicle, so that damage and oil leakage of the sucking pipe due to the collision between the wheels or plate springs and the oil sucki...
Posidonia, the international shipping exhibition, has long been established as one of the major calendar events of the shipping industry, and Posidonia 2016 attracted the most influential personalities from the Greek and international shipping community and major companies and organisations active in all sectors of the shipping industry. The international exhibition Posidonia first took place in 1969 and has been taking place every two years ever since. Posidonia 2016 was the largest in terms of exhibition space and most publicised event in the exhibitions’ almost 50 year history and has become the largest trade show in Greece. Posidonia 2016 had 1.825 exhibiting companies from 90 countries and was attended by 22.366 visitors from 101 countries. The exhibition had 19 national pavilions fr...