HMM - Maiden voyage of HMM Algeciras #10-Hamburg
published on 18 July 2020 (on YouTube: on 3 July 2020) - 9
Found on YouTube. Created by "HMM.official".
The maiden voyage of HMM Algeciras #10-Hamburg: Look at the sunrise in Hamburg, Germany. The city awakes, but the port never sleeps. The HMM Algeciras, the first largest containership in the world, bids farewell to Hamburg.
Video HMM ALGECIRAS - The world's largest container ship arrives at Hamburg
Found on YouTube. Thanks to "Jan Tiedemann" for these fantastic pictures.
This morning i was up to see the maiden call of the world's largest container ship at the Port of Hamburg. The HMM ALGECIRAS of HMM trades between the Far East and Europe and she can carry up to 23,964 teu. Here at Hamburg, the ship will be handled at the CTB Terminal of HHLA Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG. It was an early start today since the ship already entered the port at 6h in the morning!
#hamburg #shipping #containership #megamax #elbe #record
Video Maiden voyage of HMM Algeciras #2-Busan-berth
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