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Weight of the biggest ship

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Asked by nithya, 06 Aug '10 06:45 pm
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Never got chance to weigh it
Answered by Dimpi, 06 Aug '10 06:50 pm

 
  
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Well, it is big enough to carry all the stuff,but light enough to float :-))
Insaan ka dil bhi aisa hi hona chahiye
Answered by suppandi, 06 Aug '10 06:57 pm

 
  
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The largest ship ever built is the Knock Nevis, a supertanker 458 meters (1504 ft) in length and 69 m (226 ft) in width. Its dry weight is 564,763 tonnes, 647,955 tonnes when fully loaded with oil. Built between 1979 and 1981 in Oppama shipyard in Japan, this ship is larger and heavier than the Empire State Building on its side
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 06 Aug '10 06:54 pm

 
  
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Are u nithhhya nair from portblair
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The world's largest ship will be over 4000 feet long and 300 feet high. ... Weight, 2.7 million tons 2.4 million metric tons, 142000 tons 128820 metric tons ...

Busiest ports of call
For more details on this topic, see List of world's busiest container ports.

Note: "TEU" stands for "Twenty-foot equivalent unit", i.e. a 20-foot intermodal container. Thus a 40-foot container is 2 TEU, etc.
Rank Port Country TEUs (thousands)[14] +/- from 2004 % change from 2004
1 Singapore Singapore Singapore 23,192 1,863 8.73 ...more
Answered by Vaishali, 06 Aug '10 06:50 pm

 
  
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