Biggest Container Ship entered the Port of Hamburg
Following the last video on the 14th of March on “Virtual Reality in the Port of Hamburg: 360°-Video of the Rethe Bridge” – another very special on from the Ports and Terminals sector meticulously prepared by Johanna Sebauer and her team from realTV group GmbH & Co.KG:
In this episode of smartPORT TV we pay a visit to the giant container vessel “CMA CMG Antoine de Saint Exupéry” that is currently docking at Burchardkai in the Port of Hamburg. The giant lady from France is 400m long and can hold up to 20.600 standard container (TEU). The Eiffel Tower or the Empire State Building could, in theory, fit horizontally. 50 years ago in 1968 the first container ship entered the Port of Hamburg: The “American Lancer” mesured 213m in lenght and could “only” hold 1.200 TEU.
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