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20 Greatest video of Ships Crashing and Beaching Around the World, it's CRAZY!!!

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This Video is a compilation of videos of ships around the world from crashing to beaching and collision. Some videos are low quality and phone recorded others are HD but all are good and watchable. Hope you guys enjoy it till the end and please don't forget to subscribe. Videos Contents are License by other youtubers Under Creative Commons if you own one of the content in this video and don't want to share it, please contact me. Here are the link of videos from creative common: Nansha port - ship collision - china: Ship crash into buildings in indonesia: Ship accident at karachi port pakistan: Cruise ship hitting Jetty/berth container crane: Ship Crash compilation: İSTANBUL BOĞAZI GEMİ KAZASI 07.04.2018 SHIP CRASH: Ship Crash and Fail: Ultimate Ship Crashes Caught On Camera: Collision au large du Cap Corse : The video start from: 1. Straits of Singapore 2. Nansha Port, China 3. Keil canal, Germany 4.Turkey 5. Rekik, Germany - 6.Italy, Port of Genoa Mediterranean 7.United Kingdom, London Thames 8.South Australia, Port Lincoln, 9.Istanbul's Bosphorus, Turkey, 10.Bangkok Thailand 11. Ship Graveyard in Turkey 12. Trombetas, Brazil 13. Vietnam 14.Port of Barcelona, Spain 15.Port of Karachi, Pakistan 16.Indonesia 17.Suez Canal, Egypt 18.San Diego Dock ,California USA 19 Mumbai Port, India 20. Chalkida, Greece From the year 2000 -2019 Types of ship present in this video: Container ships: which carry most of the world's manufactured goods and products, usually through scheduled liner services Bulk carriers: the work horses of the fleet, these transport raw materials such as iron ore and coal. Identifiable by the hatches raised above deck level which cover the large cargo holds. Tankers: Transport crude oil, chemicals and petroleum products. Tankers can appear similar to bulk carriers, but the deck is flush and covered by oil pipelines and vents. Ferries and Cruise ships: Ferries usually perform short journeys for a mix of passengers, cars and commercial vehicles. Most of these ships are Ro-Ro (roll on - roll off) ferries, where vehicles can drive straight on and off, making it a speedy and easily accessible way to travel. Additional info: Demand for cruise ships expanded rapidly during the 1980s, leading to a new generation of large and luxurious 'floating hotels' Thank you guys! Please Don't forget to subscribe and hit the notification button so you won't miss all the videos to come :)