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This is How Large Ship Building and Most Skilled Technical Doing Their Job Perfectly #2

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This is How Large Ship Building and Most Skilled Technical Doing Their Job Perfectly #2 🔔 Thanks for watching my videos, enjoy, and subscribe for more interesting videos! 🤍 In this video, Production here: 🤍 Cruises International 🤍 MeyerWerft 🤍 For copyright issues or if you want a video clip removed, please contact: EMAIL: mr.cool9x92🤍gmail.com Thanks!

Engineering And Building An 80,000-Ton Cruise Ship | The Meraviglia Cruise Ship | Spark

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315 metres long, 65 metres high, weighing 80,000 tonnes and capable of transporting more than 7,000 people, the Meraviglia is the ultimate cruise ship. But how was she built? More than 2,500 people worked day and night, using the latest technological developments to lessen the environmental impact. Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech & engineering videos: 🤍 🚀 Find us on: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Content licensed from Java Films to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com #Spark #MeravigliaCruiseShip #ExtremeConstructions

Building the World's Biggest Ships | Heavy Lift: Jumboisation | Free Documentary

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Heavy Lift - Jumboisation | Engineering Documentary Heavy Lift - Giant 7-Billion-Euro Flood Barrier in Venice: 🤍 How does a huge stadium roof, a surge barrier or a out of service cruise liner get from one place to another? This series tells the story of how huge objects move and this episode is about the process of stretching a ship: called jumboisation. If Archimedes said “Give me a lever and I will move the world”, today the answer is usually wheels and hydraulics. Lifting and moving massive machinery or structures is the speciality of a handful of companies and the equipment they use is often tailor made for the job, be they cranes, trailers, flatbeds, barges, and even ship carriers. Today the cruise industry is demanding bigger and bigger ships, since more passengers means more dollars. Instead of building expensive new ships, many companies are choosing to simply cut their old ships in half and stretch them to make them bigger. The process is called “jumboisation” and the world’s heavy lift companies are busy learning the best way to make ships bigger. It is a complex big engineering task. The cruise liners of today are two football pitches long and can weigh up to 50 thousand tonnes. Of course in the sea, weight is no issue, but what about when they have to be hauled into dry dock and cut in half? That’s where the world’s heavy lift companies come in. The program follows Heavy Lift company Fagioli of Italy, as they stretch a ship belonging to the MSC line along with leading cruise ship builder, Fincantieri in the Mediterranean port of Palermo. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe Free Documentary Channel for free: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentary #Documentary #HeavyLift ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bringing high-class documentaries to you on YouTube for free. With the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more to come.

Cinematic Timelapse of LNG Powered AIDAnova Cruise Ship

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A time lapse movie in UHD, 4K by MK timelapse GmbH, 🤍. Built at Meyer and Neptun Shipyards in Germany and Meyer Turku in Finland, AIDAnova is the first of a new generation of LNG Powered Cruise Ships for Carnival Cruises - the Helios Class. The vessel is 337m Long and can house 6.600 passengers. We filmed the entire construction process with our advanced MK V4 timelapse cameras, shooting 40mp images every single minute. The music has been composed for this video by sound artist Harry Price: 🤍harryprice.co / 🤍itsharryprice Listen here: 🤍 "It's been awesome soundtracking this time-lapse with Max and the MK timelapse team. Not only are they true pros in their field, and the nicest guys, but they pretty much gave me a free reign to create something that would complement the magnificence of the AIDAnova and the incredible build visuals. We couldn’t be happier with how it turned out - thanks guys!"

AIDAprima Cruise Ship Construction & Christening in 4K by MK timelapse

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A time lapse movie in UHD, 4K by MK timelapse GmbH, 🤍. Witness the construction process of AIDA Cruises' new flagship in Nagasaki: AIDAprima, christened on the Elbe on Saturday the 7th of May 2016 during the Hamburg Hafengeburtstag (harbour birthday) festival. Four MK timelapse camera systems were recording non-stop at the Koyagi Plant of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to deliver the world's first cinematic quality time lapse film of a full cruise ship build. The first piece of music is Space Canyon by tomh (🤍 The second is Progressive Technology by LumenMedia (leonvmusic🤍gmail.com)

BoatBuilding - Building the Deck Structure! (EP71)

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Rebuilding a historic sailing yacht - Building the Deck Structure (EP71) Support; 🤍 Become a Patron; 🤍 EPISODE 71. In this episode we finish building the majority of the deck structure! Lots of dovetails are cut, and the deck layout emerges as we add carlins and half beams one by one. We also begin making the templates for casting the solid bronze floors, and start the renovation of one of the original teak hatches - which I am hoping to reuse on the the deck. In other news, Pete’s dog meets Pancho, and Cecca does some metawork. To become a Patron - 🤍 To donate or support - 🤍 My Amazon Wishlist 🤍 For sneaky previews of what’s going on in between Episodes, follow my FACEBOOK 🤍 and INSTAGRAM 🤍 MANY THANKS! - Music; Nat Keefe with The Bow Ties - Lost Native TrackTribe - Greaser Aaron Lieberman - Get ‘er Done Fake Dave - Please Don’t Touch (Fake Dave is an old friend - check out his bandcamp and great YouTube video here! 🤍 🤍 ) 71. BoatBuilding - Building the Deck Structure! (Tally Ho EP70)

Ship Construction Animation

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#shipbuilding #shipconstruction The shipbuilding process and ship construction is a complex operation where different department comes together to build a cargo ship. This video simplifies the ship construction process with animation and answers the most basic questions asked by many people - How Ships are Made? The hull form and arrangement of the ship are determined on the design stage and once it is finalised, the complete shipbuilding process will be based on that design. We have explained the 10 important procedure which is the basic principle of the ship construction process and once the ship is ready, it is named and launched by the shipyard in the presence of shipowner. Watch our video - How Ships are Named? = 🤍 Stay connected with us! ► Subscribe to Marine Insight: 🤍 ► Like us on Facebook: 🤍 ► Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 ► Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 ► DOWNLOAD eBOOKS FOR SEAFARERS: 🤍

How Engineers Construct Cruise Ships [4K] | Extreme Constructions | Spark

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315 meters long, 65 meters high, weighing 80,000 tones and capable of transporting more than 7,000 people, the Meraviglia is the ultimate cruise ship. But how was she built ? We followed her development at the St. Nazaire construction site, a building ground for the world’s biggest vessels. There more than 2,500 men working day and night, using the latest technological developments to lessen the environmental impact. - The Suez Canal. The Paris Metro. Strasbourg Cathedral. These masterpieces of constructions redefined what was possible at the time, using the latest technologies and developments. In this five part series, we reveal how five great monuments were designed and constructed. - Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech & engineering videos: 🤍 🚀 Find us on: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com #Meraviglia #Ships #Engineering

Timelapse film of the building of the Grayhound update February 2012

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Traditional Maritime Skills project sets out to capture the skills unique in wooden boat building. We continue to follow the building of the Grayhound which is being led by experienced boat builder Chris Rees with a small team of local shipwrights is a 63 foot scale replicate of the 1776 3 masted lugger. The short film covers the building of the Grayhound at Southdown near Millbrook, Cornwall. There are still photos on our main website.

Irving Shipbuilding Shipyard Tour

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How to share the size and scope of the Halifax Shipyard and Ships for Canada? Check out this tour video. 🤍

The Construction Of A Cruise Ship - AIDAnova | Full Documentary

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A documentation about the construction of the natural gas powered cruise ship. The production of AIDAnova from the first steel cut to the transfer journey. 🚢 The cruise ship AIDAnova is the world's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cruise ship. According to the operator, emissions of nitrogen oxides are reduced by up to 80 percent and CO2 emissions by another 20 percent. The natural gas cruise ship was built in Meyer Werft in Lower Saxony. At its 337 meters up to 6,600 passengers, a TV studio and even a theater take place. But the production of the giant watercraft is a technical challenge, because the ship is made up of around 15 million individual parts. 🚢 More documentaries about SHIPS 🤍 📺 Watch more documentaries 🤍 🔔 Subscribe our full documentary channel 🤍 #cruiseship #construction #documentary

Amazing luxury wooden ship building process. Incredible modern wooden yachts assembling construction

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Amazing luxury wooden ship building process. Incredible modern wooden yachts assembling construction. ● INSTAGRAM ;) 🤍 Music: Discovery by Rafael Krux Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 Brightest Star by Rafael Krux Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 Uplifting Blockbuster by Rafael Krux Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 The New Times by Rafael Krux Link: 🤍 License: 🤍

Building a Destroyer: Construction of one of the Most Powerful Warships in Europe | Free Documentary

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Building a Destroyer: Construction of one of the Most Powerful Warships in Europe | Engineering Documentary Extreme Constructions: The Meraviglia Cruise Ship: 🤍 Come onboard one of the most powerful warships in Europe. Discover the engineering feats behind its construction, and follow the daily operations of its crew in a war against terrorism. It can sink a submarine, shoot down a hunter or destroy an enemy building for hundreds of kilometers. It weighs 6000 tons and is 142-meter long and yet it is as silent as a fisherman’s boat. Four of them are already in operation and others are under construction. How such a machine is constructed? And how does it work...? ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe Free Documentary Channel for free: 🤍 Join the club and become a Free Documentary Patron: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentary #Documentary #BuildingADestroyer ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bringing high-class documentaries to you on YouTube for free. With the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more to come.

Elvis Costello - Shipbuilding

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I couldn't find an album version on here..so here's one with a few appropriate images

worlds biggest shipbuilders part 1

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Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more documentaries like this one. Documentary series about vast shipyards across the world. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more documentaries like this one.

Robert Wyatt - Shipbuilding

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1983 feat Elvis Costello

The Art of Shipbuilding in the 1930's

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An oral history of men who worked building ships at Newport News Shipbuilding in the 1930's for the Mariners' Museum..

Shipbuilding - 1940's British Council Film Collection - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage

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From the laying of the keel through to the riveting of steel plates - teams of men work together to build and launch a steel ship. Trivia The shipyard in Steel Goes to Sea is the Burntisland Shipbuilding Company's in Fife. The gentleman checking his watch before the ship's launch was Wilfrid Ayre, managing director of the company. The ship being built in the film is thought to be either the MV Dalhousie or the SS Ger-y-Bryn. Both ships were sunk by German vessels by April 1943. Steel Goes to Sea states that the thousands of steel plates coming into the shipyard are tested by Lloyd's before leaving the steelworks. Lloyd's of London, a company specialising in maritime insurance at the time of production, is the topic of a another film in this collection - A.1. at Lloyd's. The British Council acknowledged that in the case of this film they had to "soft-pedal the war effort", as they were debarred from making films about the war by the Ministry of Information at the time of production. This film has been made available by the British Council Film Collection for non-commercial research and educational purposes . . The British Council Film Collection consists of 120 short documentaries made by the British Council during the 1940s designed to show the world how Britain lived, worked and played. View, download and play with the Collection at 🤍britishcouncil.org/film . CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!

Amazing Modern Ship Building Process With Advanced Technology And Skillful Workers

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Amazing Modern Ship Building Process With Advanced Technology And Skillful Workers 🔨 Watch more creative workers: 🤍 🔗Have an interesting or creative video you made and want to see featured in our next compilation? Email us with your website/username to be credited along with a link to your video to upcheck101🤍gmail.com and we'll check it out! 🔔 Thanks for watching my videos, please leave feedback if you enjoyed, and subscribe for more interesting videos! 🤍 ▶Note: All of these videos are licensed or used with permission from the original video owner. For any inquiries, please contact us ✉: upcheck101🤍gmail.com #creative #technology #innovation #fast #construction #ship

Ship building doesn't get any faster than this!

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This time-lapse footage shows the first finished blocks being moved from our shed to Berth 12 in the Sembawang Shipyard, where RV Investigator is being assembled. Video transcript available here: 🤍

This is How Large Ship Building and Most Skilled Technical Doing Their Job Perfectly

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This is How Large Ship Building and Most Skilled Technical Doing Their Job Perfectly 🔔 Thanks for watching my videos, enjoy, and subscribe for more interesting videos! 🤍 In this video, Production here: MeyerWerft 🤍 Nieland Shipbuilding Presses 🤍 For copyright issues or if you want a video clip removed, please contact: EMAIL: mr.cool9x92🤍gmail.com Thanks!

Shipbuilding in Japan Japanology

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Shipbuilding in Japan Japanology Japan's modern shipbuilding industry began shortly after the Meiji Restoration, when the government bought existing facilities, invested in new equipment, and later sold the shipyards to private companies. By the end of World War I, Japan was the third-ranked shipbuilding nation in the world. 🤍 Please Subscribe to my Channel and Follow me on Social Media: My Twitter: 🤍 My Instagram: 🤍 FaceBook 🤍 Website: 🤍 Youtube:🤍 Thanks For Watching Peace!!!

How old giant ship were repaired.Modern shipbuilding technology makes the shipbuilding process quick

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How old giant ship were repaired.Modern shipbuilding technology makes the shipbuilding process quick Ships after a long time operating at sea, in the sea environment and in harsh weather are often damaged in many places. They then need to be checked and maintained regularly to ensure their safety and performance. During the repair and maintenance of ships, workers are exposed to inherently hazardous working environments, working with hazardous chemicals, complex machinery and even at heights and enclosed spaces. . Then, to ensure the safety of the repair workers, even the ship itself, it is imperative that the shipyard has a Safety Management System. In addition, maintenance technicians are often under high pressure to keep ship downtime as low as possible and so working to respect their deadlines and technical expertise means Ship repair and maintenance is extremely difficult.

Robert Wyatt: "Shipbuilding"

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There is a 1 minute intro about the writing of this Elvis Costello song which is worth a listen.

Next Level Giant Ship Construction Complete Process - Amazing Vessel Fabrication Welding Techniques

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SUBSCRIBE our Channel ツ ▶ Next Level HD Don't Forget to Hit the LIKE Button ツ Thanks for watching my videos, please leave feedback if you enjoyed! .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- How are ships built? How are ships built? Building a small boat is relatively straightforward: form the hull, attach the engine and other electronic components, and it can go on a trailer to be transported anywhere. The entire process could last just a matter of months. But what about something bigger, say a cargo ship over 200 meters long? Large vessels are built in pieces and assembled later. These ships take years to build and can cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Today we’re going to take a look at how huge ships are built and what it takes to get them seaworthy. How are ships constructed? Construction starts with bending plates to match the curve of the ship’s hull. Since the 1940s, ships have been mostly made of welded steel, and since the 1950s, specialized steels have been used to eliminate brittle fracture. After 3D modeling, hydraulic presses are used to bend the plates into the correct shape. Plates are pressed cold, and can spring back a bit after forming, so this has to be taken into consideration. Rollers are also used to create some of the contours, plates are rolled through three rollers, with the pressure applied from the roller above forming the plate. In the last method, heat can be used to bend the plates. Frames are used to strengthen the hull, and are bent in a similar way with pressure or heat, to conform to the hull’s shape and reinforce it. If you really want to get into the weeds on ship hulls and how they work, check out the characteristics of hulls and course stability in Marine Insight’s article. Once the hull pieces are shaped, framed, and ready, they are assembled. This is a fascinating process where massive pieces of metal are brought together to form a complete ship. The construction is done in segments called sub-assemblies. These assemblies are welded together to form larger and larger pieces, eventually making up prefabricated sections. According to Wikipedia, “Entire multi-deck segments of the hull or superstructure will be built elsewhere in the yard, transported to the building dock or slipway, then lifted into place. This is known as "block construction". The most modern shipyards pre-install equipment, pipes, electrical cables, and any other components within the blocks, to minimize the effort needed to assemble or install components deep within the hull once it is welded together.” Where are ships built? According to the New York Times, “Today, more than 90 percent of global shipbuilding takes place in just three countries: China, South Korea and Japan.” However, the federal government is a significant customer of the American shipbuilding industry. Between military vessels and the Jones Act, which ensures that domestic moving of goods between United States ports is done by ships owned and operated by Americans, over 400,000 jobs are supported through American shipyards. In San Diego there is a shipyard run by General Dynamics NASSCO. They’re building two identical ships for Matson that will travel back and forth from the continental United States to Hawaii. The ship in the photos is called the Matsonia and is a modest-sized ship of over 600 feet long. According to the New York Times, it will “be capable of carrying thousands of 20-foot-long containers and 500 cars and trucks — as much as 57,400 tons of cargo in total.” This is part of almost 13 million tons of cargo that are shipped to Hawaii each year. Source Links full documentary, free documentary, documentaries, 🤍 .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- The NEXT LEVEL HD channel brings you informational and entertaining videos from around the world. Join us and subscribe for more. Do You Want Your Product Featured On Our Channel ? Business Email : lets.promote.your.brand🤍gmail.com 10 Extreme Dangerous Biggest Fails Crane Operator Skills, Fastest Heavy Equipment Machines Working Fails Crane Operator,Machines,Heavy Equipment,Fails Crane Operator Skills,Truck,Truck Fails,Heavy Equipment Machines,Work,Fails Ship Launch | 10 Awesome Waves, FAILS and CLOSE CALLS ship launch,ship launch compilation,big ship launch,compilation,wave,ship launch wave,fail,ship launch fails,ship fail compilation,ship,ship big waves,big wave,close calls,near miss,ship horn,Stapellauf,Tewaterlating,Royal Bodewes,Ferus Smit,awesome,satisfying,unexpected banana harvesting banana plants #Subscribe #next level hd #Inventions #Gadgets #Latest #construction #machines

Transition from Wood to Iron in Shipbuilding

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The transition from wooden ships to iron ships occurred over many years both in merchant and naval fleets. Iron had its obstacles to overcome, but once iron ships were readily available, they allowed for an explosion in shipbuilding technology and capability. Support the show on Patreon and get exclusive benefits: 🤍 Merch is now available! 🤍 Sources: Technological Transitions and System Innovations by Frank W. Geels Principles of Ocean Transportation by Emory Richard Johnson and Grover Gerhardt Huebner Wessex Archaeology, wessexarch.co.uk (ss-great-britain) The Monthly Chronicle of North-Country Lore and Legend v.1-5 by Walter Scott GlobalSecurity.org, Metal Hull (🤍 🤍 (about this source) The Sway of the Grand Saloon by John Malcolm Brinnin Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack, Encyclopedia Britannica (🤍 The History of Steel, The Balance (🤍 Have something to say? Leave a comment! The best way to support the channel is to share this video with your friends and family and on social media. Subscribe! New videos are posted every third Thursday.

Hystackers | Hyundai Ship Building Video

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Visit our website 🤍hystackers.com

Shipbuilding Industry

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Cross-border trade in shipbuilding industry between Sarawak (Malaysia) and West Kalimantan (Indonesia)

Basic Merchant Ship Building & Technology.

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Seafarers "HD" Blog Video.

This Technique Revolutionized Shipbuilding During WWII | Impossible Engineering

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Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Cargo ships carried vital supplies across the Atlantic to Europe during World War II, but Germans destroyed them en masse, requiring a solution to replace them quickly. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: 🤍 More of the Impossible! 🤍 Subscribe to Science Channel: 🤍 Join Us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter: 🤍

Origami Boat Building - Folding the Hull - Part 4

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"And the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two but one flesh." Or in the words of the Beatles: "One thing I can tell you is you got to be Free. Come together, right now, over me."

✪BUILDING GREATEST SUPER CARRIER IN THE WORLD✪ (November 2013)

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The state of the art steel giant 1,106-foot 112,000 tonnes, USS Gerald R. Ford is able to launch 220 airstrikes per day from its two runways, hold 4,000 sailors and marines while appearing virtually invisible to enemy radar. PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) is to be the lead ship of its class of United States Navy supercarriers. As announced by the U.S. Navy on 16 January 2007, the ship is named after the 38th President of the United States Gerald R. Ford, whose World War II naval service included combat duty aboard the light aircraft carrier Monterey in the Pacific Theater. The keel of Gerald R. Ford was laid down on 13 November 2009. Construction began on 11 August 2005, when Northrop Grumman held a ceremonial steel cut for a 15-ton plate that will form part of a side shell unit of the carrier. It was christened on 9 November 2013.[8] The schedule calls for the ship to join the U.S. Navy's fleet in 2016. Gerald R. Ford will enter the fleet replacing the inactive USS Enterprise (CVN-65), which ended its 51 years of active service in December 2012 Credit to U.S. Navy for time-lapse Hanz Zimmer Composer Man of Steel soundtrack for music

Ship Construction Part 1, 2nd Mates Oral, F3

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Ship Construction Definitions Forward end,Aft end, Stem,Stern, LOA,LBP, fwd & Aft perpendicular, Moulded draft, extreme draft, Moulded and extreme Depth, TumbleHome, Flare, Sheer, sheer Strake', keel, Turn of Bilge/Bilge Strake', etc CreatedvideoShow:🤍

Building The Most Powerful Engine in the World And Engine Crankshaft Exchange Process

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Building The Most Powerful Engine in the World And Engine Crankshaft Exchange Process 🔔 Thanks for watching my videos, enjoy, and subscribe for more interesting videos! 🤍 In this video, Production here: WinGD - Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd 🤍 Wartsila corp 🤍 Waldrich-coburg 🤍 ALE 🤍 For copyright issues or if you want a video clip removed, please contact: EMAIL: mr.cool9x92🤍gmail.com Thanks!

Culture & traditional boat building in Lunenburg, the idyllic harbor town in Nova Scotia

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On the east coast of Canada, a place whose name sounds strangely familiar. The small town of Lunenburg, west of Halifax, was founded in 1753 by North German immigrants. Today, the idyllic town with its many wooden houses is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the 19th century, Lunenburg was one of the richest towns in the British Empire, becoming prosperous through fishing and shipbuilding. Glenn Rhodenizer's family traces back ten generations directly to German immigrants. And what the Rhodenizers primarily grow on their fields directly by the sea could hardly be more typical: it is white cabbage, which the farming family processes into sauerkraut. Sauerkraut can be found in every restaurant and supermarket in this area; it is the specialty of the region. The heritage of wooden boat building is successfully maintained by David Westergard. In his ancient shed, he is assembling a 20-meter schooner from four different types of local wood. Building wooden boats, he says, is like "slow food": sustainable, conscious, environmentally friendly, waste-free. Even the traditional dorys, the rowing boats of this area that were once used by fishermen, are made of wood. Once a year, teams from Canada and the neighboring U.S. compete in the big dory race just off the town's idyllic waterfront. Danette Eden won the previous year and trained hard all winter to defend her title. Ollie Cote also races dory, but for a living. He collects "Irish Moss", seaweed, which is a very valuable raw material for food and cosmetics and of particularly good quality here in Nova Scotia. Even though the industry needs large quantities: it is harvested by hand and from a small boat, as if time had stood still. In its heyday at the beginning of the 20th century, Lunenburg was even able to afford an opera house, donated by the wealthy shipbuilders, although only 3,000 people live here. The opera survived the decline of shipbuilding, initially as a movie theater, but since the 1970s it has been left to decay. Farley Blackman made it his life's work to save the opera house, and now, after a decade of work, he can celebrate its reopening. So Lunenburg is built entirely on wood. The wooden ships that once brought wealth, the wooden houses that make up the charm of the little town, the wooden opera house that shines in new splendor. Wood is still harvested in the traditional way in Nova Scotia today: Horse Loggers use horses to pull the felled logs out of the hilly and rocky forests, which are impassable for motor vehicles. Kristan Kelley forms a well-rehearsed team with his favorite horse, Belle. In the deep snowy winter forest, both know their roles and ways to retrieve the building material that made Lunenburg rich and beautiful from the endless coastal forests. For this nature documentary, a Canadian team from Halifax accompanied Lunenburg's residents for an entire year, in all seasons. The result is a touching portrait of a town and region that, after many years of decline, has been transformed from a prosperous center of fishing and wooden shipbuilding into a bustling jewel on the Canadian coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a rich tradition and a high quality of life.

Elvis Costello Shipbuilding (Audiophile Music) 24-bit Audio

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With Chet Baker. From Elvis Costello's LP "Punch The Clock". 1983 Remastered from the first US vinyl pressing for "BetterMusicDownloads.com" August 2013

GIGANTIC CARGO SHIP - Discovery Documentary HD

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The world's largest container ship has arrived in the UK for the first time at the Port of Felixstowe. The Hong Kong-registered CSCL Globe, measuring more than 400m (1,312ft) in length, docked at Felixstowe at 12:30 GMT on Wednesday loaded with about 19,100 standard containers. Richard Westcott got aboard a boat to sail alongside the mammoth ship and get a close-up look.

The INSANITY of INDONESIAN Boat Building!

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Phinisi or Pinisi are a type of super cool Indonesian sailing vessel that date back to 1906. In the early 1970’s they were actually the largest commercial sailing fleet with thousands of these ships contacting all corners of the Indian Ocean. How cool is that? Nowadays they are almost all motorized but the traditional shape and construction remains the same. We saw a bunch of these in service for both cargo but also decked out to move tourists around to different dive spots. It is becoming more and more difficult to obtain good timber. As a result, builders have either started to use shorter and shorter timbers resulting in compromised hull structure or physically moved their building sites closer to jungle areas like south and East Kalimantan. Want More? Chance to come Aboard? Exclusive Content & More: 🤍 SIGN UP FOR OUR COURSE: 🤍 Get Updates on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW US: Ben Instagram: 🤍 Ashley Instagram: 🤍 MUSIC: 🤍 CAMERA GEAR: DRONE: 🤍 PREFERRED SAILMAKER: 🤍 MAIN CAMERA: 🤍 MIC: 🤍 FISHING BIBLE: 🤍 CATCH MORE FISH with THESE: 🤍 FAVOURITE LURES: 🤍 BIG FILET KNIFE: 🤍 GREAT INTRO BOOKS:Just Out Looking for Pirates: 🤍 Just Cruising: 🤍 BE BRAVE. BE BOLD, Ben & Ash

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Nothing defines the city of Sturgeon Bay more than the shipyards that have been the county’s largest employers for nearly a century. Those shipyards put the city on the international map, building lakers that moved goods throughout the country, yachts that met the specification of the most discerning buyers from around the globe, and warships that helped defeat the Nazis in World War II. In this video you’ll learn how Sturgeon Bay became known as one of the best shipbuilding cities in the world and how the industry grew to define the city.

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