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Port Distances
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Mar  Port of Hamburg Container terminal operations
Sea transport is the most used freight mode in foreign trade. It requires the use of other means for the final delivery, or the consignee to be near the port. The cheapest one. There are different fares for FCL Full Container Load and LCL Less than Container Load. Slow, 10 km per h aprox, max.32 km per h. Long distances, over 2000 kms. It is possible to navigate long certain channels and rivers, e.g. the Rihn, the Danube, the Mississippi, the zone of the Great Lakes or some Norwegian fiords.
31 Miles Long Distance Zoom on Sea Port Shows no Curvature
31 Miles Long Distance Zoom on Sea Port Shows no Curvature
Sea routing software by Seametrix
This video demonstrates the use of Seametrix software for calculating sea distances between any sea or inland port or co-ordinate worldwide. Seametrix is by far the most accurate sea distance software ever made, with real-world-like sea routing as per navigational charts and ship track statistics.
Views: 51 Seametrix Software
Seametrix: How to insert ports
This Seametrix tutorial shows the different ways to insert ports in Seametrix port distance software. https://seametrix.net
Views: 358 Seametrix Software
What's the Longest Drivable Distance on Earth?
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The Earth is FLAT ~The planes help to prove the plane
The planes can help to prove the plane...especially the planes flying from the southern hemisphere. I spent a day trying to travel from continent to continent and found out just how ridiculous the routes look on the Google map only to find the answers when mapping them on the flat earth map. Here are a few planes that help prove the plane. rollingthunder42 8 months ago How do you know when you have struck a nerve? When real changes occur due to your actions, such as farecompare having to change their website and flight search format. Fllight 27 disappeared from all of the searches for at least three days before it reappeared today. When droves of shills come at you with silly arguments and insults to waste your time and sway the viewer on the fence, and then they share the video...ha ha ha...does that make sense? Yes, because there are networks of these scumbags, and when a video hits the mark, they spread it to all of their minions for a group style attack. Critical minds will see through all of their tactics. Comments are now disabled on this video as of 2/5/2016 due to googletube's censorship. Thousands of comments have been removed from my videos and the numbers have been skewed. This video has been under attack since it came out and continues to be attacked by the airline industry in an attempt to keep their fake flights secret. Investigate... Please check out this video I made concerning the removal of thousands and thousands of comments from my videos...especially the videos on fake flights. "How far will they go to protect the lie? Fake Flights and the Flat Earth" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnqAJMNGCQo
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How to Calculate Dimensional Weight Rates for UPS and FedEx | Part2
Dimensional weight rates changes 2014 | FedEx and UPS Changes. More info: http://datexcorp.com/1/dimensional-weight-shipping/ A change is coming soon. If your business uses UPS or FedEx for shipping, you will be directly affected. It is now more important than ever to understand how to calculate the shipping rates so that you can make adjustments in your business to meet these rising costs before this impacts you and your customers. Both FedEx and UPS will be implementing dimensional weight shipping rates. In the past, dimensional weight shipping rates were only used for packages over 3 cubic feet. Now these carriers will apply dimensional weight shipping rates for all US ground services. According to industry shipping experts, this is likely to lead to double digit cost hikes for shippers when annual rate increases are factored into the equation. Here is how you can calculate dimensional weight for any package, no matter the size or shape. First to determine dimensional weight you need to measure the length, width and height of the package in inches at the longest points. You will need to include any bulges or irregularities in your measurements and round to the nearest whole number. Next you multiply length, height and width. This will give you the cubic size in inches. Next, you need to know the dimensional weight factor, also known as the DIM factor The DIM factor is different for domestic ground shipments and international air shipments and is subject to change. To assure the accuracy of your calculation, be sure to verify the DIM factor from the shipping carrier you choose before finalizing your calculation. The cubic size is then divided by the DIM factor to determine the dimensional weight in pounds. This weight is then rounded to the nearest whole pound. From there, compare the packages actual weight to its dimensional weight. The higher of the two is the billable weight. The dimensional weight factor will vary depending on the shipment destination. If your package is being shipped somewhere within the continental United States the dimensional weight factor is 166. For packages being shipped internationally, the factor is 139. This differentiation accounts for additional shipping costs related to longer travel distances for international shipments.
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How Undersea Internet Fiber Optic Cables Are Laid On The Ocean Floor
Laying of cables in the oceans of our world is a fascinating business. Men and women toil long and tedious hours to make this possible. Submarine cables are laid down by using specially-modified ships that carry the submarine cable on board and slowly lay it out on the seabed as per the plans given by the cable operator. The ships can carry with them up to 2,000km-length of cable. Depending on the equipment on-board the cable-ship, the type of plow used, the sea conditions and the ocean-bed where the cable is being laid down, cable ships can do anywhere from 100-150km of cable laying per day. Newer ships and plows now do about 200km of cable laying per day. The cables are specially constructed for submarine operations as they have to endure harsh conditions as well as pressure. Fiber optic cables carry DWDM [Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing] laser signals at a rate of terabytes per second. They use optical repeaters to strengthen the signal which attenuates over long distances. They have a decade lifespan and costs vary (depending on the length of the cable). The typical cost for a project is anywhere from $100m-$500m. We don't use satellites because they can't carry terabytes of data for less than a billion dollars per communication line. The coiling of hundreds of miles of cable in the cargo hold is a process that can take between three to four weeks to complete. Submarine cable laying process starts from the landing station, where a long cable section is attached (connected) to the landing point and then extended out to a few miles in the sea. This end is connected to the cable on the ship and then the ship starts its cable laying process. The process also involves a plow. The cable is not simply left to sit on the ocean bed, but is actually being fed into a plow, that lays the cable into a trench. Depending on where the cable is laid out, the cable coming in from the ocean to the landing station might be advertised or not. Most of the time cable consortium companies try to hide the cable as much as they can, so that only those who need to know – municipalities, port authorities and shipping companies – are informed of the exact route of the cable. When cables are damaged, either divers or specialized small submersibles with cameras and lights are sent down to the seabed to investigate where the cuts are. Then, either the divers or robotic arms on the submersible bring the two ends of the cable to the surface, where they are re-spliced and joined again. Music: Bottom of the Sea (Instrumental Version) by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/hard-to-get-along http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/
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Aquaplot : Calculate distance between ports
This video is a part of video tutorial in which we'll try to demonstrate how to use aquaplot explorer as a tool to calculating distance between two ports. For more, visit our website : http://aquaplot.com
Views: 615 Aquaplot
How Overnight Shipping Works
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Will a 2500 pick up move a 4 ton shipping container?
Farm shed built from shipping containers. Getting containers in to position in limited space. Simple way to move short distances without heavy equipment.
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Excel Port Distance Add-In Demo
This video will show you how to use the excel port distance add-in from Voyagecalc.com
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YOU CAN MAIL FISH?! // How Fish are Packaged for Shipping
I forgot to mention that any seller worth their salt will only use overnight shipping. Or in some cases (as in coming from further distances, like Hawaii, for example) two-day shipping. I'm selling fishies! → http://solidgoldaquatics.com/product-category/us-bred-goldfish/ I'm selling fishie calendars! → http://solidgoldaquatics.com/product/calendar/ FISH DAY FRIDAYS! Subscribe → http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=flashofpink Website → http://www.solidgoldaquatics.com Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/solidgoldaquatics Instagram → http://instagram.com/solidgoldaquatics Credit where credit is due: Music by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.mp3
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How to Ship to Amazon | Air And Sea Shipping Explained
Amazon FBA Winner’s Course + Private Coaching With Me: http://bit.ly/2JsmupV 📞BOOK a 1-1 Coaching Call With Me: http://bit.ly/2vaihRH 🔔HIT BELL! ✔LIKE ✔COMMENT ✔SUBSCRIBE A lot of new sellers always wonder How to Ship to Amazon. Should you use air shipping or should you use sea shipping when you are just learning about How to Ship to Amazon. I explain How to Ship to Amazon using air or using sea shipping Which method is better for your business and which option will help save you the most money if you want to know How to Ship to Amazon, quick and easy. Air shipping is quicker but costs a lot more, while sea shipping costs a lot less but it's much slower. Learn about using EXW vs FOB shipping and how to get cheaper shipping rates by hiring a freight forwarder! Watch this video if you want to learn exactly How to Ship to Amazon. Want to learn how to create a shipment to Amazon FBA Step by Step Tutorial? Watch it here: https://youtu.be/mIyD4da9jW0 BEST EMAIL AUTOMATION SOFTWARE: 🌟Feedbackwhiz http://bit.ly/2m3gsRx Code AMAZONWINNERS for 50% off BEST ALL-IN-ONE TOOL: 🌟Helium10 http://bit.ly/2xnw20m Code FBAWINNERS for 10% off monthly 💎Follow me on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2MTQyP5 💎Follow me on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2J5hwiv 💎FREE Amazon Support Group: http://bit.ly/2oht34Q #AMZFBAWINNERS
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Russia's Geography Problem
Get 15 free days of knowing your data is safe by using this link with Backblaze: http://backblaze.com/wendover “What if Russia Never Existed” by AlternateHistoryHub: https://youtu.be/gU6UBXOHhDw “What if the Soviet Union Reunited” by RealLifeLore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-TFENSuJ5U This video was based on a chapter of the book “Prisoners of Geography” by Tim Marshall. It’s the best book I’ve read so far in 2017 so I highly encourage you to give it a read. Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wendoverproductions Get a Wendover Productions t-shirt for $20: https://store.dftba.com/products/wendover-productions-shirt Youtube: http://www.YouTube.com/WendoverProductions Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/WendoverPro Email: [email protected] Reddit: http://Reddit.com/r/WendoverProductions Select visuals courtesy http://www.Shutterstock.com The full script with sources can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2p-HoK9KXEAcFc1UTY0Q3VWZUU/view?usp=sharing Sound by Graham Haerther (http://www.Haerther.net) Thumbnail by Joseph Cieplinski (http://joec.design) Research by William Mayne, Sam Moran, Ollie Orton, Jakob S. Big thanks to Patreon supporters: Rob Harvey, Venkata Kaushik Nunna, Josh Berger, Paul Jihoon Choi, Huang MingLei, Dylan Benson, Maximillian van Kasbergen, Victor Zimmer, William Chappell, Eyal Matsliah, Sihien,Joseph Bull, Marcelo Alves Vieira, Jonah Paarman, maco2035, Hank Green, Plinio Correa, Connor J Smith, Brady Bellini
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NORTHSEAKAYAK - The North Sea Crossing
The North Sea Crossing: I have dreamed. I have prepared. I have trained hard. I have crossed the Southern part of the North Sea by sea kayak on 30 and 31 July 2015. Manpowered and alone, no support whatsoever and no support or pilot vessel. I have paddled during day and night time. I’ve been exhausted, excited and happy at the same time. This is my story. I had this dream to do the North Sea crossing for years and now the weather conditions were perfect. So I planned, made calculations to counter the tide and prepared myself mentally. On Thursday 30 July I’ve said my goodbyes to my family. Right before starting I sended a message to both the Belgian and the British Coast Guard to inform them of my plans and estimated route. At 21:30 hours sharp I sat in my sea kayak and paddled to open sea. I waved a last time when passing the pier to my family. I had luck, after sunset I had still some light because it was full moon. The downside was the current, full moon means spring tide! Just till the Trapegeer buoy I had the tidal stream in my favor. After that point, and that was fully calculated in advance, I had to paddle 6 hours against a strong tide. At 04:48 hours I arrived at the DY1 buoy. It was slack at that point, tidal current should change direction soon. I had radio contact one last time with Marc, the friendly radio operator from the Belgian Coast Guard (Ostend Radio) to give him my current position and state. He was in close contact with Sylvie (my wife and support team) to keep her informed. After that point I was on my own until I was in reach with the British Coast Guard. I paddled on, with the current in my favor this time, to the buoys Ruytingen SW and Ruytingen NW. In the meantime the sun was rising what made the crossing of the international fairway a bit easier. According to the Coast Guard almost 500 sea ships are passing through that lane every single day. I had to keep watch in order to stay as far away from those big ship as possible. Doubt that they would even spot me! So I this section I paddled as hard as I could having a strong tidal current on the right side. I managed to get over the shipping lane, along the buoys Sandettie WSW to the South Falls without troubles. I only spotted 4 big sea ships but I’ve passed them at a longer distance. After that I changed my course and diverged from my planned route to a secondary planned route. Did that in order to counter the very strong tidal current that was pushing very hard on my right side. So I went to the E Goodwin light ship. At the light ship I established radio contact, this time with the Dover Coast Guard. They we’re already fully aware of my intentions and also keeping my wife informed of my position and state. I was treated very friendly by the crew on the radio (as was my wife). The E Goodwin ship is an unmanned lightship that brings seaman the very treacherous Goodwin sand banks to their attention. Dangerous for almost every other vessel but ideal conditions for a seasoned kayaker. With almost no wind at all there were wave between 0,5 and 1 meter height! In that area I’ve seen numerous seals. Wonderful!! The sand banks we’re the last piece of the crossing. After that I’ve sat sail to Ramsgate harbor. The tidal current was now pushing on my left side so I had to compensate a lot in order to reach the harbor. I reached the slipway in the harbor of Ramsgate at 15:06 hours (Belgian time). I was so far ahead on my estimated planning that my support team had not arrived yet. Luckily I was prepared for that, I had dry clothes and plenty of food and drinks with me. After a few hours my lovely wife and kids arrived, it was a happy reunion!! We took the ferry back to the mainland. I wish to thank my wife Sylvie for her constant support in the chasing of my biggest dream, the North Sea crossing as well in all my other so called foolish plans regarding sea kayaking! I want to say thanks to Marc, the radio operator from the Belgian Coast Guard – Ostend Radio for looking an eye out for me just until the DY1 buoy! The same count for the friendly crew from the Dover Coast Guard! To those people; your help is very much appreciated both by me as by my wife! We hope with this crossing to put Belgian sea kayaking on the map! A big thanks to my other Northseakayak-members for their continuous support! Technical data: The full crossing was correctly registered by GPS. • Total distance: 106,7 km • Total time: 17uur36min • Average speed: 6,1 km/h • Maximum registered speed: 13,5 km/h • Used sea kayak: P&H Custom Sea Kayaks – Scorpio Lv (polyethylene) • Used paddle: Vertical Elements Explorer Aircore Pro full carbon • Full safety gear including two VHF radio, a Personal Locator Beacon, flares,…..
Seametrix sea distances (behind the scenes)
BUILDING SEAMETRIX - Data analysis backend: This video demonstrates a snapshot of the thorough data analysis we went through for building Seametrix's routing network. Nothing was left to chance! Our routing is fully based on real-world navigation, after studying hundrends of navigational maps and satellite ship-tracking statistics. https://seametrix.net Music attribution: TAKE THE CHANCE by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/VTHeQM7Uc0k
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Rose George: Inside the secret shipping industry
Almost everything we own and use, at some point, travels to us by container ship, through a vast network of ocean routes and ports that most of us know almost nothing about. Journalist Rose George tours us through the world of shipping, the underpinning of consumer civilization. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Adaptive Route  Planning by Total Distance Calculator
Get the distance between two or more places on a map. Plot and measure the map routes by the online total distance calculator: http://testimator.link/total-route-distance-calculator.html http://tool.testimator.link
Views: 566 Arsen Kocharyan
Storm Avoidance at Sea
Case study of five storms at sea and the avoidance actions taken to safely deal with them.
How To Package Live Fish Ready For Shipping-Postage
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Views: 54850 African Cichlid Hub
Netpas Distance Mobile
iPhone and Android support. (4.0 version or later). More than 12,000 ports and 72 million distances database. Convenient visual route on e-world map. 150 routing points such like Suez, Panama, Kiel canel. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact with us. [email protected] [email protected] www.netpas.net
Views: 1935 Jinah Lee
Golf Short Chip Shot Lesson
Golf Short Chip Shot Lesson with Mark Crossfield AskGolfGuru and Matthew Lockey. the guys talk chipping ideas with this little down hill golf shot. See how the two players play the shot and what they are thinking to try and get the golf ball as close to the pin as possible. Play your best golf and have fun doing so with Mark Crossfield's fun and easy to follow golf tips, drills and fun golf videos.
Views: 101109 Mark Crossfield
Ship's "log" and "knots"
We talk about a vehicle "log" and a "rate of knots", but where did the terms come from? As Rob explains, they date back to the equipment on sailing ships.
Views: 53213 CuriosityShow
SeaRates Company
Short description of SeaRates working process, it's vision, mission and business way. Container Tracking - https://www.searates.com/container/tracking/ The tracking system allows us to define the current position of the container on the world map (Google Map) and determine the port and the time spent in port of congestion. Load Calculator - https://www.searates.com/reference/stuffing/ Calculating the quantity of packages which container or truck can include. Load calculator is free of charge for our visitors. Logistic Route Planner - https://www.searates.com/route-planner/ Logistic Route Planner is a web-based service that helps you to provide your customers with information about shipments/parcels on the World map. Distances & Time - https://www.searates.com/reference/portdistance/ Today you can do this automatically using our new transit time system on the Google map. Partnership - https://www.searates.com/services/partner/ Our Apps - https://www.searates.com/services/pricing/ SeaRates is the first world project which provides an opportunity to find the best freight rates online, and also develops unique IT solutions for the trade and logistics business. Get in touch with us to discuss cooperation and choose the nearest SeaRates office https://www.searates.com/contact/ Or email us: [email protected]! Follow us on other social media: - Facebook https://www.facebook.com/searates/ - Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/12029641 - Youtube https://www.youtube.com/searatesofficial - VK https://new.vk.com/searateslp - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/searatesltd/ - Twitter https://twitter.com/wwwSEARATEScom - Blogger http://searates.blogspot.com/ - Medium https://medium.com/@wwwSEARATEScom - Telegram https://t.me/searatesfeed
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Netpas Distance
Wold's best port distance table 12,000 ports and 72 million distance data Very user friendly Enhance working ability Save time more info : http://netpas.net/products/product_detail_DT_EN.php
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Inside Jebel Ali Port: Terminal 3 Unveiled
The latest addition to the largest marine port in the Middle East, Jebel Ali Port's Terminal 3 drives regional and global container shipping farther than ever before. See how.
Views: 8783 DPWorldUAE
Support for Construction of Lae-Finschaffen Road
People from Morobe’s Finschaffen District will travel by road to and from their villages in the future. For years, they have walked long distances over mountains to get to the nearest costal sea port to travel by sea to the city. The district administration has added two excavators and three trucks to their existing fleet that will be used to construct the Lae-Finschaffen road. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
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Measure Distances between Datasets
Are you using the best distribution strategy and shipping from the best locations? Generally you can tell by running a distance analysis. Mapline helps you do that with a few clicks, and the savings can be huge. Pretty nice trade-off! Learn more at https://mapline.com/features/distance-between-all-locations-in-two-data-sets/.
South China Sea - U.S. Big Military Buildup Plan To Asia
South China Sea - U.S. Big Military Buildup Plan To Asia United States plans to muscle up its military capacity and presence in maritime Asia, as part of its new Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Strategy. This new strategy aims to safeguard the freedom of the seas; deter conflict and coercion; and promote adherence to international law and standards. It announced plan to increase the size, frequency, and sophistication of its regional exercises. The Department Of Defense will enhance U.S. capabilities to project power from the sea, in the air, and under the water. It will deploy some of its most advanced surface ships to the region including replacing the aircraft carrier USS George Washing in 2015 with the newer USS Ronald Reagan; sending its newest air operations-oriented amphibious assault ship, the USS America, to the region by 2020. It will deploy two additional Aegis-capable destroyers to Japan; and home-porting all three of its newest class of stealth destroyers, the DDG-1000, with the Pacific fleet. It will send it most capable air assets, including F-22s, continuous deployments of B-2 and B-52 strategic bombers, additional tilt rotor aircraft for the Marine Corps and Special Forces. In 2017, it plans to forward-station of F-35s to Iwakuni, Japan, and plan to procure 395 additional F-35 aircraft over the next several years, many of which will be deployed to the Asia-Pacific region. For the subsurface environment, the Department is basing an additional attack submarine in Guam and funding two additional Virginia class submarines and the Virginia Payload Module, a compartment added to the new attack submarines that will increase dramatically their capacity to carry weapons and other payloads. These capabilities will help protect and add versatility to its advantages at sea, in the air, and under the water. In support of these assets, the Department is investing in a comprehensive weapons modernization program, including plans for new or updated land, sea, and air-launched missiles relevant to the maritime domain. The Department Of Defense is procuring advanced precision munitions that will allow its forces to strike adversaries from greater stand-off distances, like the new extended-range Joint Air to Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM-ER), and a new long-range anti-ship cruise missile that will improve the ability of U.S. aircraft to engage surface combatants in defended airspace. And it is finding new ways to use existing weapons systems, including by enhancing the capabilities resident in its current inventory of Tomahawk cruise missiles. In addition to enhancing its power projection capabilities, the Department is investing in flexible capabilities that will allow U.S to respond more rapidly and effectively to a wider range of potential maritime challenges. The rotational deployment of Littoral Combat Ships in Singapore provides the U.S. Navy with a flexible, nimble asset that can operate effectively in the region’s challenging littoral waters. The Department is currently conducting the second proof-of-concept deployment of the LCS to the region, a deployment that will not only include port calls and engagements with seven different Southeast Asian States, but also participation in one of its largest and most complex war-fighting exercises in the Republic of Korea (ROK), Foal Eagle. Additionally, it will deploy the Mobile Landing Platform (MLP) to the region, which will more effectively enable a range of missions, from counter-piracy efforts to Special Forces operations and disaster relief missions. Finally, the Department of Defense is investing in critical enabling capabilities, including persistent, deep-look ISR platforms that will provide us with greater situational awareness and early warning of potential crises in the maritime domain. The U.S. Navy is procuring 24 E-2D Hawkeye carrier-based airborne early warning and control aircraft, and as stated in the President’s most recent budget submission, investing $9.9 billion over the next four years to procure the final 47 P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft, many of which will be deployed to the Asia-Pacific region. The Department is also making substantial investments to develop the MQ-4C Triton unmanned aerial system, which will provide broad area situational awareness to its operational commanders. The first deployment of MQ-4Cs will arrive in the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR) in FY 2017.
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Top 10 EXPENSIVE Mega Ships
From the most expensive cruise ship to the most high-tech military ship, we're counting down the Top 10 Most Expensive Mega Ships In The World. SUBSCRIBE for the latest videos: https://goo.gl/7xzjzR Don't forget to CHECK OUT our latest upload: https://goo.gl/LUB8Xw 10. The Azzam (Biggest Private Yacht) Starting our Top Ten most amazing Megaships is the Azzam. It’s the biggest private yacht on the face of the earth. At 180 meters or almost 600 feet long it is the biggest of what are called superyachts and scoots across the water at a top speed of 35 miles an hour. 9. The Oasis of the Seas (Largest Variety of Entertainment for Passengers) If “entertain me” is your mantra, you need to sail this next eye-popping ship…the Oasis of the Seas. The Royal Caribbean cruiser is a floating center of entertainment and experiences worthy of most anyone’s bucket list. It was the world’s largest cruise ship when it was launched in 2009. 8. The Largest Military Ship (USS Gerald Ford) Next, you expect military ships to be pretty big, but the USS Gerald Ford is off the charts. Commissioned in July of 2017 this nuclear powered aircraft carrier is a the first in a next generation of supercarriers that has no equal in size and capability. Its length spans just over 11-hundred feet and can accommodate 75 fighter jets and up to 5-thousand sailors as it cruises along the seas. BONUS - The Strangest Ship Ever Built - The Novgorod You’ll probably want to rub your eyes when you see this next one because you may not believe what you see. The strangest ship ever built actually looks more like a floating pizza. The Novgorod was built by the Russians in the 1870s to patrol the Black Sea. It had a circular hull with a diameter of 101 feet. Two 12-inch guns were onboard that retracted into a protected cover. 7. The Ship With Longest and Most Expensive Construction (The USS Gerald Ford) The ship that took the longest time and most money to build? That has to go back to the USS Gerald Ford. A highly controversial ship because of construction delays and resulting costs that mounted up. This ship is a marvel in not just its technological abilities, but the time to build it ended up being a whopping 12 years. The cost? An unprecedented 13 billion… 6. The Highest Tech Ship (USS Zumwalt) The next amazing megaship also serves in the military. The USS Zumwalt. This is not your father’s battleship. It dons a unique look that seems similar to a modern submarine than a battleship, but this is meant to stay on top of the water. It is the most technologically advanced warship in the world possessing weapon systems with special high-tech targeting abilities that make them lethal at even extreme distances. 5. The Fastest Ship in the World (Francisco) If you like speed on the water, well your ship has come in at number 5. While not a speed boat in the truest sense of the term, this baby can flat out move. The Francisco is essentially a Concorde Jet on water. This catamaran can slice through the sea at close to 70 miles an hour because of its specially designed aluminum hull and a pair of jet engine turbines working on liquid natural gas. 4. The Most Luxurious Ship To Book As Passenger (RMS Queen Mary 2) Next, we slow the speed down, but dial up the luxury. The cruise ship most likely to make you feel like you’re a movie star is the Queen Mary 2. The floating icon of the seas has recently emerged from a 132-million-dollar renovation and it shows. With decidedly an Art Deco motif in some of its more popular rooms like the Princess Grill and the Queen Grill Suites, the ship’s owner, Cunard, clearly has gone all out to accommodate passengers. 3. The Marathoner Of All Ships (Reid Stowe, Anne) Many of these megaships are huge because they have to be equipped for long trips…that’s what they do. But one sailed on a voyage longer and farther than any of them. This 70-foot schooner named “Anne” was taken for quite a ride by its owner Reid Stowe. He took the helm on a marathon of a trip with the goal of staying at sea without touching land for 1-thousand days, but he ended up doing better than that. 2. The Biggest Cargo Ship (CSCL Globe) Coming in at number two of the most impressive megaships is this lumbering giant. It’s the C-S-C-L Globe…a good name for it. Owned by the China Shipping Container Lines, the Globe can transport more than 19-thousand, 22-foot containers on its deck. 1. The Largest Ship…Period (Seawise Giant) So what is the biggest ship? Period? Ever? At the top of the list of megaships has got to be the Seawise Giant. Launched in 1979, it’s generally considered the longest and the heaviest ship ever built. It stretched more than 15-hundred feet long and fully loaded, weighed more than 560-thousand tons…this truly was the Big Bertha of all ships. It had quite a checkered past too. Caught in the crossfire of the Iran-Iraq War in 19-88, this supertanker was sunk off the coast of Iran.
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Genscape Vesseltracker: World’s most comprehensive & accurate picture of global shipping positions
Genscape Vesseltracker has the largest privately owned AIS receiver networks on the planet, combined with the largest AIS Satellite constellation currently available, over 144,000 vessels are tracked daily in near real-time. A master database of vessel characteristics, ports and distances completes the global picture.
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SuperPlane -- Full Video
https://www.alwusa.com/superplane Faster shipping. More powerful performance. Able to seamlessly span long distances with a single lens. Introducing SuperPlane™ ControlRoll Optics™, the next generation of Lightplane reinvented from the inside out. Featuring 2.5" and 4" models, SuperPlane is a linear luminaire family offering recessed, suspend and surface-mount version. SuperPlane delivers seamless illumination up to 250 feet, energy-saving performance up to 110 lm/W and multiple output options up to 1200 lm/ft. Featuring proprietary ControlRoll™ Optics that smooth, shape and stream light further, SuperPlane provides direct, indirect, direct/indirect and asymmetric distribution. The optically engineered, roll-out/snap-in ControlRoll lens eliminates lens gaps common to traditional, continuous linear runs by providing completely seamless illumination while dynamically controlling output. SuperPlane also offers CompleteSuite™ Color LED lamping options – 3000K, 3500K or 4000K with CRI of 80+ or 90+, 2700K-5700K Tunable White, color-changing RGB and color-changing RGB+White.
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HOW TO: ship aquarium fish
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Long Haul Trailering Tips
I do a lot of long trips with my horses, and get asked a lot of questions about long trips in the trailer. Here is some of my advice! #runningforChad Follow Maddi: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MaddiKempfOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maddikempf/ Snapchat: MissMaddiK Thank you sponsors: SharpEdge Equine Supplements: http://sharpedgesupplements.ca/ Tim Cooper Custom Hats: http://www.cooperhats.com/ The Broke Cowgirl Braided Tack: https://www.facebook.com/brokecowgirlbraidedtack/ No Limits Equine Therapy https://www.facebook.com/nolimitsequinetherapy/ PETtanicals https://pettanicals.ca/ ---USE COUPON CODE: MADDI13 for a discount! Wild Cactus Design Co: http://www.wildcactusdesign.co/ Morgan Oostra Equine Therapist: https://www.facebook.com/Morgan-Oostra-Equine-Therapy-1842353812731115/ My skincare products: Www.arbonne.com (Consultant ID: 115272135)
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Maths Help: Bearing Problems - VividMaths.com
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Why Cities Are Where They Are
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The Reasons HMS Queen Elizabeth Is Not Nuclear Powered | Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier
The Reasons HMS Queen Elizabeth Is Not Nuclear Powered - Many people have wondered why the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers do not have nuclear propulsion like the US Navy’s Nimitz class ships. Here we consider the many good reasons why a conventional, although innovative propulsion system was selected instead. Tactical Range and Replenishment The primary advantage of a marine nuclear power plant is the unlimited range and available power it provides the ship. This range and power would be desirable for the QEC, but the costs and other factors largely outweigh these benefit. USN carriers are a few knots faster than the QEC, the speed of the ship can generate more wind over the deck to help heavily laden aircraft take off. This wind is less critical for QEC’s ski-ramp launched VSTOL aircraft. When on operations, the ship’s air group will consume considerable amounts of aviation fuel. Even if the ship is nuclear-powered, she must be accompanied by a tanker to conduct RAS (Replenishment At Sea) at frequent intervals. If you have to conduct RAS with an auxiliary tanker anyway, it is not a big effort to refuel the ship at the same time. The escorts ships that will nearly always accompany the carrier are also conventionally-powered so nuclear powered carrier does not eliminate the need for RAS. The 4 Tide class tankers that will soon be joining the RFA can replenish the QEC with aviation fuel and diesel simultaneously, using rigs plugged into receiving points on the carrier’s port side. The US Navy has to operate in the Pacific where distances can be huge. Nuclear propulsion may make more sense in the vast Pacific but how frequently will the QEC be deployed over huge distances where there are no refuelling opportunities? Nuclear reactors cannot be quickly re-started from cold. A careful sequence of procedures is required to start the reactor and the steam plant to prevent heat stress from damaging the system. Since the 1970s when the RN began to move away from steam propulsion, it has enjoyed the benefit of gas turbine and diesel ships that can be started and shut down very quickly. This is a useful tactical advantage allowing quick departure from harbour when needed. It also has a lower manpower requirement as nuclear plants require constant monitoring, even when shut down. Cats and steam Except for the newly commissioned USS Gerald R Ford, US Navy carriers use steam-powered catapults to launch aircraft. Nuclear propulsion has the advantage of providing plenty of steam for the catapults. The older generation of RN carriers had steam turbine propulsion and their boilers also provided steam for the catapults. If the QEC had been fitted with catapults and traps, the intention was to adopt the Electro-Magnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) that has been developed in the US for the Ford class carriers. Considerable electrical power is needed but this system does not require steam, another reason that nuclear power is less critical. (Although EMALS offers a great leap in aircraft launching capability, the US Navy is struggling with developmental issues and the USS Ford may not be ready for combat operations until 2022 at the earliest). It is possible the QEC may one day be retrofitted with EMALS (Probably not in the next 20 years) but there is sufficient spare electrical generation capacity already available. Practical Building capacity and capability The only facility in the UK building nuclear-powered vessels is BAE Systems yard at Barrow. (The reactor cores are built by Rolls Royce in Derby) The Barrow site has been running at full capacity for the last 10 years constructing the Astute class attack submarines and that will continue into the future as work starts on the 4 Dreadnought class ballistic missile submarines. Barrow is probably the only UK site with the skills and experience to build an aircraft carrier’s nuclear propulsion section, although their workforce is very much focused on submarines. Even if Barrow could have fitted such work into its schedule, the hull sections containing nuclear power plants would have had to be transported by barge to Rosyth for the assembly – a potentially hazardous journey. Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/USMilitaryNewsVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos_ Twitter:
What’s the Longest Train in the World?
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Customized Fish & Seafood Live Transport Containers
BARR Plastics provides two dedicated Live Transport solutions for Fish and Seafood, the DX333 and the D345, In this video we show a pair of D345's that have been modified to our customers requirements. Call 1.800.655.4499 today to get started on your project! or learn more about our products by clicking this link: http://e-barr.com/liveTransport
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Longest open ocean journey by aquabike (jetski) - Guinness World Records
Finland’s Risto Piispa embarked on an epic aquabike journey across Europe, breaking a record and raising money for a children’s hospital. The longest unsupported open ocean journey by aquabike (jetski) is 3,074 km (1,659.8 nautical miles; 1,910 miles) and was achieved by Risto Piispa (Finland) who travelled from Helsinki, Finland to Ceuta, Spain, from 13 July to 24 August 2014. Full story: http://bit.ly/GWR-JetskiJourney "The idea for this charity fundraising and trying to break the record started when my son asked me 'Is it possible to drive a jetski from Finland to Africa?' I wanted to try and see if it could be done." Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/subscribetoGWR Welcome to the official Guinness World Records YouTube channel! If you're looking for videos featuring the world's tallest, shortest, fastest, longest, oldest and most incredible things on the planet, you're in the right place. LIKE us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GuinnessWorldRecords FOLLOW us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/gwr Find out more: http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/ Add us to your G+ circles: http://www.google.com/+guinnessworldrecords #GWR #GuinnessWorldRecords
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Packing and Shipping Station Case Study 3
Case Study 3 The Packing and Shipping Station Text Version On Screen Text: Material handler to take product from storage location, transfer to packing station and then to final shipping station. Scene 1 The material handler moves pallet truck over to storage location, the material handler lifts a heavy box and places it on the pallet and then moves the pallet truck over to labelling station. The material handler then lifts the box from pallet and places at the labelling machine. After the other worker (blue character) has labelled the box, the box is then lifted and transferred to the pallet. The material handler then pulls the pallet truck over to the final shipping station and lifts the box from the pallet and places it in the chute for transfer to shipping station. On Screen Text: Need to carry out a risk assessment of this task Look at how the job is carried out Collect information: load weight, etc, Identify risk factors with the job Make changes to improve the job On Screen Text: Risk Factors/Problems Scene 2 Still image of the handler taken from scene 1. Large red ÒXÓ marks indicate the risk factors and problems with the job. Bending of the trunk Load too heavy Excessive distances On Screen Text The new system of work: Assess risk to reduce and reorganise manual handling Scene 3 The material handler lifts the first box and positions on a conveyor belt, the box moves along the conveyor to the labelling machine. After the labelling the box moves along the conveyor to the shipping station. On Screen Text: Manual Handling: Assess to avoid, Reduce or Reorganise
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IMDG Code 37-14 - Hazcheck Professional compliance system for shipping dangerous goods by sea
Hazcheck Professional Amdt 37-14 is a dangerous goods booking and management system for ferry and containership feeder operations. Ship operators can quickly check loads for IMDG Code compliance, vessel and port restrictions, monitor stowage and segregation on board and produce a dangerous goods manifest and reports. This video will take you through the main features of the system.
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The Port Nicholson Light in New Zealand is 420 feet above sea-level... This video is extracted from the PDF document 200 proofs that the earth is not a rotating globe, in order to spread the word of the flat earth and the truth of God we offer you these video proofs that show that the earth is flat, contrast the information with serenity and common sense and discover how they lie about the shape of the earth, the earth is flat, wake up to the new paradigm, the great truth has already been revealed and that truth is that the earth is flat Subscribe to our Flat Earth Warriors channel
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