Boats

Maltese Falcon Yacht

Most Expensive Sailing Yacht In The World

May 31 2011

The Maltese Falcon is a super yacht made for the rich. It is one of a kind yacht, it is second to none in its technologies and appearance. If you have $100+ million burning a hole in your pocket, this may be something you will enjoy.

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When a Huge Tanker Fails To Dock

May 30 2011

Recently in a port in Odessa, Ukraine a large tanker failed to dock safely. Look at the destruction it left when it hit the concrete dock.

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Wally Megayacht

Wally et Hermès Mega Yacht

Apr 14 2011

Popular French ship builder Wally comes up with another ultra-futuristic and stylish design for a yacht - except this time it is a sea home. We will let these renderings do the talking.

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Home Made Submarine

Russia's Smallest Submarine

Mar 23 2011

This Russian man from St. Petersburg got his personal submarine. He built it himself and it is the smallest submarine in Russia, officially registered as a boat by Russian boat registry and has got it’s own personal name and number.

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Supercar Yacht

Why Not Buy a Mega Yacht To Go With Your New Super Car?

Mar 21 2011

The Strand Craft 122 super yacht design marks the start of a new collaboration between Strand Craft and Gray Design teaming up to create yachts of world class design featuring beauty, passion and performance.

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Restoration of Ukrainian Submarine

Mar 21 2011

The repair of the only Ukrainian submarine is finally over. Its activation will not only raise the security of the Ukrainian Black Sea Fleet but also let Ukraine be equal with its neighbors (Bulgaria, Romania and Russia) who already have one working submarine each. This post will tell you what this submarine is and what it was made for.

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Soviet Typhoon Submarine

Biggest Submarine in the World

Mar 21 2011

This is submarine “Typhoon” as it was called in NATO documents or “Shark” as it was called in Russia. It is considered to be the biggest submarine in the world, with over than 170 meters (515 feet) long and 23 meter (70 feet) wide. It can carry 20 ballistic nuclear missiles and there were only six of those built.

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