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Navios Unite/A new girl in town


published on 14 March 2022 27 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "oldastoria.com". Originally published on 2022-03-11.
She was the talk of the town and now she is gone till the next time. The Navios Unite, as she is called, is 1,100' long and 140' wide. That is 8' longer than a Nimitz class aircraft carrier and 6' wider at the waterline. The ship is so wide, it requires two pilots to transit. While in the top 5, it isn't the largest ship of any type to ever transit the river, but it is the largest container ship to do so.
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