JAHRE VIKING  Seawise Giant, later Happy Giant, Jahre Viking, Knock Nevis, Oppama, and finally Mont, was a ULCC supertanker and the longest ship ever built. She possessed the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded. Fully laden, her displacement was 657,019 tonnes (646,642 long tons; 724,239 short tons), the heaviest ship of any kind, and with a draft of 24.6 m (81 ft), she was incapable of navigating the English Channel, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal.

JAHRE VIKING Seawise Giant, later Happy Giant, Jahre Viking, Knock Nevis, Oppama, and finally Mont, was a ULCC supertanker and the longest ship ever built. She possessed the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded. Fully laden, her displacement was 657,019 tonnes (646,642 long tons; 724,239 short tons), the heaviest ship of any kind, and with a draft of 24.6 m (81 ft), she was incapable of navigating the English Channel, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal.

Japan: MHI, MOL to Ink LNG Tanker Deal to build a “Sayaendo” series new-generation (LNG) carrier.  LNG carrier will measure 288.0m  (LOA), 48.94m in width, & 11.55m in draft. The 138,000 gross tonnage (75,000 deadweight tonnage) ship will be capable of carrying up to 153,000 m3 of LNG in 4 Moss-type tanks at a service speed of 19.5 knots per hour.

Japan: MHI, MOL to Ink LNG Tanker Deal to build a “Sayaendo” series new-generation (LNG) carrier. LNG carrier will measure 288.0m (LOA), 48.94m in width, & 11.55m in draft. The 138,000 gross tonnage (75,000 deadweight tonnage) ship will be capable of carrying up to 153,000 m3 of LNG in 4 Moss-type tanks at a service speed of 19.5 knots per hour.

Batillus  A supertanker built in 1976 by Chantiers de l’Atlantique in France, the Batillus was constructed for the French branch of Shell Oil. She had a deadweight tonnage of 553,662 tonnes, and her cargo was carried in 40 tanks. Two propellers, each driven by two Stal-Laval steam turbines developing a group capacity of 32,500 horsepower, carried out propulsion duties for this supertanker.  Her last voyage was to Taiwan, where she was scrapped for US $8 million.

Here are 7 wondrous examples of epic modern ship design, all demonstrating that when it comes to innovation, technology and breadth of ambition, the best designs are the ones making waves.

Esso Atlantic is one of the most popular historic names in the big ships category. This huge ship used to be the best in its time and has served the world with its consistent services level of straight 35 years. Basically it was an Oil tanker with the deadweight tonnage capacity of almost 516,000 tones. The length of this huge ship was 1,334 feet and the speed capacity was up to 16 knots. Esso Atlanticwas disposed off as scrap on 2002 in Pakistan.

When the subject of large ships comes up, the first thing on most people’s minds is the Titanic. Although the legendary cruise liner was indeed impressive for its time, the shipping industry has si…

Bellamya, ultra large crude carrier of 553,662 deadweight tonnage

Bellamya She was another Batillus class supertanker commissioned by Shell Oil. Work on the Bellamya was finished months after the Batillus and she began her service in

Seawise Giant With a length longer than the Empire State Building, Seawise Giant was the longest ship ever made. She had the greatest deadweight tonnage ever with a displacement of 657, 019 tonnes; a draft of 24.6 m (81 feet). Due to her mammoth size, she could not navigate the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal or the English Channel.

Knock Nevis, after conversion to an FSO, leaving the Dubai Drydocks

https://flic.kr/p/tAjyTm | Skandi Arctic | IMO:  9413822 MMSI:  311023800 Call Sign:  C6XW3 Flag:  Bahamas (BS) AIS Type:  Dive Support Vessel Gross Tonnage:  18640 Deadweight:  11000 t Length × Breadth:  156.9m × 31.2m Year Built:  2009

https://flic.kr/p/tAjyTm | Skandi Arctic | IMO: 9413822 MMSI: 311023800 Call Sign: C6XW3 Flag: Bahamas (BS) AIS Type: Dive Support Vessel Gross Tonnage: 18640 Deadweight: 11000 t Length × Breadth: 156.9m × 31.2m Year Built: 2009

The Seawise Giant is one of the biggest ship ever built and measures a staggering 458 meters in length. It also had the greatest deadweight tonnage ever and fully laden displaced 657,019 tons. Built in 1979, the vessel’s final journey was in 2010.

Final resting place of the legendary Seawise Giant in Alang, India. This ship is so significant to the Century, yet most people know nothing of her unique story and place in world history.

Seawise Giant, later Happy Giant, Jahre Viking and Knock Nevis, was a ULCC supertanker and the longest ship ever built. She possessed the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded. Fully laden, her displacement was 657,019 tonnes (646,642 long tons; 724,239 short tons),

Knock Nevis leaving Dubai Drydock after being converted to a FSO The Knock Nevis is a Norwegian owned supertanker, formerly known as Seawise Giant, Happy Giant, and Jahre Viking. She is 458 metres feet) in length and 69 m.

Laguna D - ice classed 1A tanker - deadweight tonnage of 15,200 MT

Laguna D - ice classed tanker - deadweight tonnage of MT

Constructed in 1979, “Seawise Giant,” later “Happy Giant,” “Jahre Viking,” and “Knock Nevis,” was the longest ship ever built and possessed the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded. The heaviest ship of any kind, and with a draft of 81 ft (24.6 m), she was incapable of navigating the English Channel, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal.    Overall, she was generally considered the largest ship ever built, as well as the largest self-propelled man made object.

Seawise Giant, later Happy Giant, Jahre Viking and Knock Nevis, was a ULCC supertanker and the longest ship ever built.

The largest ship in the world tanker Knock Nevis, Norway. Its length is 458 m.

Knock Nevis leaving Dubai Drydock after being converted to a FSO The Knock Nevis is a Norwegian owned supertanker, formerly known as Seawise Giant, Happy Giant, and Jahre Viking. She is 458 metres feet) in length and 69 m.

Mont supertanker - formally was named Seawise Giant, Happy Giant, Jahre Viking, Knock Nevis, Oppama. the longest ship ever built. She possessed the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded, the heaviest ship of any kind. could reach up to 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h) in good weather, it took 9 km (5 1⁄2 mi) to stop from that speed, and her turning circle in clear weather was about 3 km. Fate: Scrapped in 2010, Her 36 tonne anchor exhibit in Hong Kong Maritime Museum.

"Knock Nevis" ex. "Jahre Viking", ex "Happy Giant" ex "Seawise Giant", entering Dry-dock for conversion to a FSO.

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