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Caralb Top Vessels · Biggest Tankers: Fantastic Four

We welcome to Barcelona the biggest cruise ship ever built, Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas. Taking the occasion, we have elaborated a list of vessels that have excelled in its category. MS Symphony of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. As of 9 June 2017, she is the largest passenger ship ever to be constructed by gross tonnage, at 228,021 GT, surpassing her sister Harmony of the Seas.

Caralb Top Vessels · Eldest boat: Pesse Canoe

The Pesse canoe is believed to be the world's oldest boat, and certainly the oldest canoe. Carbon dating indicates that the boat was constructed during the early mesolithic period between 8040 BCE and 7510 BCE. It is currently housed in the Drents Museum in Assen, Netherlands.

Caralb Top Vessels · Largest passenger ship: Symphony of the Seas

We welcome to Barcelona the biggest cruise ship ever built, Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas. Taking the occasion, we have elaborated a list of vessels that have excelled in its category. MS Symphony of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. As of 9 June 2017, she is the largest passenger ship ever to be constructed by gross tonnage, at 228,021 GT, surpassing her sister Harmony of the Seas.

Spanish ports traffic record in 2017 despite the stowage conflict

According to Nahaira S. Alonso from El Pais, 46 Spanish ports coordinated by Puertos del Estado closed 2017 with an average growth of 6.96% and a total of 545 million tons of goods movements. The increase has occurred in a year marked by the conflict of the stowage. The dispute, which arose as a result of the liberalization of the sector undertaken by the Government to the demands of the European Commission, led to strikes in June and has not yet been resolved without the Ministry of Public Works approving the regulations for the development of the Royal Decree of Stowage.

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