Tag Archives: MSC

World’s LARGEST Container Ships, 2019

After a long period when OOCL Hong Kong and her sisters held the crown as the world’s biggest container ships, with a 21,413 TEU capacity, MSC Gulsun and MSC Isabella…

Very light MSC Regulus sails from Felixstowe, 12 October 2019

With her bow bulb high out of the water, the very light MSC Regulus heads out into the North Sea towards her next call at Hamburg.

Timelapse: New Ultra Large Container Ship MSC Isabella, part 3, coming alongside; 5 October 2019

A 3x timelapse as ultra large container ship MSC Isabella comes alongside the quay at berth 8, Felixstowe, on her maiden call at the port.

MSC Maria Saveria inbound, Andromeda J outbound, 30 September 2019

366m container ship MSC Maria Saveria arrives from Le Havre, passing feeder Andromeda J, heading out towards Grangemouth.

Burgundy arrives very light; 1 October 2019

Container ship Burgundy arriving at the Port of Felixstowe on the autumn morning of Tuesday, 1 October 2019.

4 tugs for MSC Istanbul, windy morning of 29 September 2019

its unusual to see all 4 of Felixstowe’s Svitzer fleet in action with the same ship, but perhaps it was the massive windage of this inbound vessel and a good…

MSC Benedetta arrives, breezy morning; 25 September 2019

With a 20 knot Southwesterly breeze stirring up the harbour, 366m MSC Benedetta arrives at Felixstowe on the morning of 25 September, 2019

MSC Ariane leaves the berth, swings and sails; 6 September 2019

365 metre container ship MSC Ariane leaves berth 9 at Felixstowe, swings and sails on the morning of 6 September 2019, heading next for Rotterdam.

World’s Biggest Container Ship: MSC Gulsun clears the berth; 7 September 2019

Slow TV as ultra large container ship MSC Gulsun’s tugs make fast, her bow lines are cast off, and tugs begin to move her away from berth 8 at the…

World’s Biggest Container Ship – MSC Gulsun sails from Felixstowe, 7 Sept 2019

Capable of carrying a staggering 23,756 TEU of containers, the world’s biggest container ship, MSC Gulsun sails after her ad-hoc call at the UK Port of Felixstowe, heading back to…

World’s biggest container ship MSC Gulsun alongside at Felixstowe, 6 September 2019

The latest claimant for the title of “World’s Largest Container Ship” MSC Gulsun is the first of a series of 11 sisterships due to be delivered to MSC. She finally…

MSC Geneva arrives in the early morning sun, 2 September 2019

Arriving soon after sunrise on the 2 September 2019, MSC Geneva arrives in Harwich Harbour.

Ultra Large MSC Sveva sails, 27 August 2019

Coming in at 395m overall against 400m for most of her kind, Ultra Large Container ship MSC Sveva slowly gathers way as she sails from Felixstowe on the morning of…

MSC Bhavya sails towards Antwerp; 24 August 2019

The 2005-built container ship MSC Bhavya sails from Felixstowe towards Antwerp on the beautiful morning of 24 August 2019.

MSC Laurence arrives, breezy morning of Sunday, 18 August 2019

Bright sunshine and a strong breeze for the arrival of MSC Laurence on the morning of Sunday 18 August 2019. She was built in 2011 and has a capacity of…

Shipping TV milestone: 14,000 Subscribers, 5.5 million views, 1,500 clips!

A Huge thank-you from Chris to all our subscribers and viewers as we exceed totals of 14,000 subscribers, 5.5 million views and 1,500 video clips on shipping TV – and…

2004-built MSC Nerissa sails with a strong breeze, 11 August 2019

With a force 6 West by South wind, container ship MSC Nerissa leaves her berth and sails for Antwerp on the morning of Sunday 11 August, 2019

Dead Slow Astern: MSC Alicante goes astern to berth 7, Felixstowe; 3 August 2019

After swinging in the entrance of the River Stour from Harwich Harbour, MSC Alicante goes astern to Felixstowe’s berth 7, at the up-river end of Felixstowe’s Trinity Terminal. Larger ships…

MSC Kalina sails for Rotterdam; 26 July 2019

On the morning of 26 July, container ship MSC Kalina sails for the port of Rotterdam. There’s just a spot of rain in the air, and you can hear it…

Slow TV: MSC Altair swings and comes alongside in real time; 16 June 2019

A unique feature, showing MSC Altair swinging, and being taken into berth 8 at Felixstowe in real time – 18 minutes and 45 seconds, with only a minute or so…

MSC Altair arrives direct from Colombo, 16 July 2019

On the beautiful morning of 16 July 2019, MSC Altair arrives at the Port of Felixstowe direct from Colombo, having passed through the Suez Canal.