Welcome back to the our channel for a special feature on the rise of a new generation of container ships, as well as the risks and challenges that come with operating such giant vessels. One thing to keep in mind is that all those containers need to be loaded on trucks for shipment to final destination. So no matter how big the vessel ultimately the cargo ends up on a highway. Very nice presentation. Of course I would hate to be the skipper of such vessel's during war time. Sure would make a great target for sub commanders. When I used to drive the 'ship to shore' cranes in the nineties the ships were a maximum of 13 wide and very rarely stacked higher than 5 high on deck. Now I've retired I can see these massive ships coming into port. Ever green, Maersk, msc, OOCL CSCL - awe inspiring ships. A few of these puts out more pollution than all the cars on the plant.