The container ship CMA CGM Jacques Saade is a vessel built for the French company CMA CGM. It is named after the founder of the company, Jacques Saade. CMA CGM Jacques Saade was launched in September 2019 and became the first ship in the «Gas4Sea» series of container ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Last week there was an event, which was waiting for all lovers of marine news. On November 4, the largest cruise liner in the world Harmony of the Seas arrived to its home port Everglades.
After six years of creating a unique vessel, the management of Royal Caribbean International took on October 28, 2009 its most revolutionary and the world's largest cruise liner Oasis of the Seas from the shipbuilders of STX Europe, which was signed by the relevant documents in the Finnish city Turku. From this moment, the debut flight of the liner from the marshy plains of Fort Lauderdale, Florida began on December 1, 2009.
Emma Maersk is a container ship owned by the A. P. Moller-Maersk Group. When she was launched, Emma Maersk was the largest container ship ever built, and as of 2008 the longest ship in use. Officially, Emma Maersk is able to carry around 11,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) according to the Maersk Company's method of calculating capacity, which is about 1400 more containers than any other ship is capable of carrying.
The name «SV Royal Clipper» is the biggest sailing ship in the world, which crosses the ocean in any weather. It reminds about glorious days of brilliant clippers. The owner of the cruise ship «SV Royal Clipper» is Michael Kraft.
«Stella Deneb» is the world's largest livestock carrier. In 2005, the ship was still called «Deneb Prima,» but in March 2006, the vessel obtained a new owner, the company «Siba Ships.»
Oil has long become the most sensitive nerve of the global industry. Often, «black gold» is most profitably transported by water, rather than by land. The route taken by vessels of this type is called the «oil route.» As early as the 19th century, when coal was the primary raw material, crude oil was transported in wooden and zinc barrels in the holds of specialized sailing ships designed for oil transportation.