This post is especially to my friend I, because I know he would love to stand here, at the Terrazza Mascagni, and watch the container ships enter the port of Livorno. 53 more words
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As announced earlier M-City is one of the international artists participating of this years NuArt Festival.
M-City’s first project involved painting one the Atlantic Offshore’s container ships and can now boast that it is the owner of the “coolest looking” vessel in the North Sea thanks to NuArt and M-City. 63 more words
By Vladimir Brezina
High on our list of paddling priorities for this summer has been the Staten Island circumnavigation.
It’s a trip that has everything—the busy New York Harbor and the open water of the Lower Bay, islands and lighthouses, surf on sandy beaches, grassy creeks and salt marshes, wildlife, heavy industry, decayed piers, shipwrecks, huge container ports, container ships, barges, and tugs of all shapes and sizes, imposing bridges, and finally the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline glowing in the sunset or, after it, sparkling with a myriad lights… 635 more words
I thought I just had to do this post given its unique nature – travelling via a container ship. This is of course quite an opportunity and I had the chance to do it for work purpose – for the rest of you, I’m sure there is also a great pool of agents that specializes in this form of travel. 908 more words
On July 21, 2014, the MV Mary Maersk departed Algeciras, Spain with a world record 17,603 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU), the most TEU’s ever loaded onto a single vessel. 130 more words
The morning has arrived, and the alarm drills a hole in my head. Thinking about leaving drills the hole in my heart. But, under it all is the exciting feeling of setting off on a grand adventure that gets me out of bed (Or was it Maceo and Sachmo, stereo screaming cockatiels that did it?) 864 more words