Monster Ships

November 2020
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 7 - Pacific Orca

4.0 3 x
Specially designed to install wind turbines far out to sea, the Orca has the impressive ability to raise her hull a full 17 metres out of the water.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 6 - Royal Clipper

3.0 2 x
A profile of the Royal Clipper, officially the largest square-rigged ship in the world, which operates as a glamorous high-end cruise ship for sailing enthusiasts.
50:00

Series 1, Episode 7 - Pacific Orca

3.0 3 x
Specially designed to install wind turbines far out to sea, the Orca has the impressive ability to raise her hull a full 17 metres out of the water.
1:10:00

Series 1, Episode 6 - Royal Clipper

3.0 1 x
A profile of the Royal Clipper, officially the largest square-rigged ship in the world, which operates as a glamorous high-end cruise ship for sailing enthusiasts.
1:10:00

Series 1, Episode 5 - Helgafell

3.0 2 x
How do you transport fresh salmon from fish farms in the North Atlantic - the answer, MV Helgafell. A reinforced-hulled vessel designed to operate throughout the harsh North Atlantic.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Thermopylae

3.0 3 x
Travelling continually as a transport conveyor, Thermopylae is a vital delivery service with companies all over the world depending on her speed, efficiency and reliability.
50:00

Series 1, Episode 5 - Helgafell

4.0 3 x
How do you transport fresh salmon from fish farms in the North Atlantic - the answer, MV Helgafell. A reinforced-hulled vessel designed to operate throughout the harsh North Atlantic.
1:10:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Thermopylae

3.0 3 x
Travelling continually as a transport conveyor, Thermopylae is a vital delivery service with companies all over the world depending on her speed, efficiency and reliability.
1:10:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - Algoma Sault

3.0 2 x
At 226 metres long, Algoma Sault is one of the largest operating freighters on the Great Lakes. She can carry 50,000 cubic meters of raw materials.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 2 - ONE Columba

4.0 3 x
The work carried out by ONE Columba, which is capable of carrying 14,000 shipping containers, but has the dangerous challenge of navigating twisting rivers and ancient ports.
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