Merchant Navy

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To create an interest in Students in school, about the Merchant Navy. Various different kinds of Ships and various Shipping Companies are shown here.

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Flip turns 50: Launched in 1962, the bizarre research vessel Flip (Floating Instrument Platform) can go from a horizontal to vertical position while staying afloat and stable in heavy seas - even in 80-foot waves. That allows it to perform oceanographic research measurements with great accuracy. Inside the crew areas is a strange Escher-like world of doors in floors, portholes in ceilings, and tables bolted to walls.

Bizarre 'flipping' research ship turns 50

Launched in 1962, the Floating Instrument Platform (FLIP) can sink itself on purpose and withstand heavy seas in a vertical position.

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Dock wise carry 100,000 ton oil rigs, amazing technology.  ⚓️

Amazing ship can carry 100,000 ton oil rigs (photos) | ZDNet

An innovative new heavy lift vessel with an unheard of loading capacity of 117,000 tons will soon transport the world's most massive structures.

Offshore Jack-Up Vessel, Bold Tern, carrying Alstom's Haliade 150 at Belwind Offshore Wind Farm with the two turbine blades (manufactured in Denmark by LM Wind Power) in the "Bunny Ears" position. (Courtesy Alstom).

Offshore Jack-Up Vessel, Bold Tern, carrying Alstom's Haliade 150 at Belwind Offshore Wind Farm with the two turbine blades (manufactured in Denmark by LM Wind Power) in the "Bunny Ears" position. (Courtesy Alstom).

The Rolldock SUN anchored off Port Kelang (Malaysia)

The Rolldock SUN anchored off Port Kelang (Malaysia)

The ROLLDOCK SUN anchored off Port Kelang (Malaysia) SOURCE: DMNC

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Black Tot Sea - Joe Wilson - Debut Art

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Heerema’s KOLGA towing the HERMOD from Keppel Verolme to the Caland canal

Heerema’s KOLGA towing the HERMOD from Keppel Verolme to the Caland canal

Maritime Artist Lenie Simons Molenwijk made the above seen 100-80 cm oilpainting of the HERMOD. Lenie is making maritime painting for more the 40 years, see more of her work at www.molenwijkmaritiem.nl