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Monster Ships reveals how the world's largest vessels operate when crossing dangerous global waters.
The Thermopylae is a massive vehicle carrier and one of the biggest ships ever built, and facing rough waves on deadly seas, her crew must navigate their priceless cargo to destinations on the other side of the world.
The Helgafell is one of the largest vessels on the icy waters of the North Atlantic, and its crew uses the latest engineering and cutting-edge technology to cross a deadly ocean and deliver its goods before time runs out.
One of the largest ships of the Great Lakes is a mammoth freighter named the Algoma Sault, and she and her crew must face deadly ice, killer fog, and treacherous canal crossings to safely transport 28,000 tons of coal in a race against the clock.
The Saipem 7000 is a gargantuan heavy-lift vessel equipped with two mega-cranes for world's toughest jobs, and now, she's faced with one of her hardest yet: upgrading a 30-year-old oil rig that sits in one of the most treacherous seas in the world.
The Crown Princess is a titanic cruise ship that weighs over 100,000 tons, and in a race against the clock, its crew must use the latest tech and cutting-edge engineering to prepare for their next voyage.
A colossal container ship must use cutting-edge tech and the latest marine engineering to brave treacherous tidal waters in a race against the clock to deliver perishable cargo.
The world's biggest sailing ship is an engineering marvel that uses five masts and 42 giant sails to navigate the deadly waters of the Caribbean, and using cutting-edge tech, this innovative vessel can reach high speeds using wind alone.
The Pacific Orca is a massive sea vessel that's essential to the world's energy grid, and using cutting-edge technology, this engineering marvel must battle the treacherous seas and thick fog that threaten to slow its critical work down.
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