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World's First Tunnel for Cruise Ships in Norway


published on 23 December 2021 253 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Top Luxury". Originally published on 2021-07-04.
Norway is Building the World's First Tunnel for Cruise Ships! In this video, we go over the Construction of the Stad Ship Tunnel. For more megaproject & engineering content be sure to subscribe to Top Luxury. Thanks for watching this video: World's First Tunnel for Cruise Ships

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0:00 World's First Ship Tunnel
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1:42 Stad Ship Tunnel

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