Hello; We feel a tinge of sadness when we read about the biggest ships in the world, but don’t mention the RMS Titanic. But as it turns out, the once-largest ship afloat now looks like a tugboat in comparison to some of these ships. From a boat that takes three miles to stop, to an ore carrier that means business, here are 15 of the biggest ships in the world. It is a great video with excellent information about ships. As it is uploaded on June 30, 2020, it has missed out MMS Algeciras, 24,000 TEU and Vale / Ore Brazil, 400,000 tons Ore Carrier. Now to the point of Measurements. There are only 3 countries that are still clinging to Imperial Measurements despite the fact the Great Britain does not use her own measurements. Liberia, Myanmar (Burma) and the USA. Rest of the world is using SI Units. I think there are more Non American who view these video. The younger generation does not even know about Imperial Systems of Measurement. Although I have worked and lived in the USA, however, I do not know the area of a football field or the height of a story of a building. We are aware that our writer called some of these ships "Boats" when in reality, they are SHIPS! Small mistake there, apologies on that! Either way, thank you for the continued support!