In this infographic, we take a look at the Biggest Container Ships in the World, sorting them by capacity.
THE WORLDS BIGGEST CONTAINER SHIPS, SORTED BY CAPACITY.
- MSC Oscar
MSC Oscar is 395.4 meters in length, with a beam of 59 meters. 192237 Tons. TEU Capacity 19224.
- CSCL Globe
The CSCL Globe is 399.67 metres in length, with a beam of 58.6 metres.
- UASC Barzan
UASC Barzan is 400 metres in length with a beam of 58.6 metres.
The weight it can carry is 195636 Tons and its TEU Capacity is 18800.
- Magleby Maersk
The Magleby Maersk is 400 metres in length with a beam of 59 metres.
- MSC New York
MSC New York is 399 metres in length, with a beam of 54 metres.
- CMA CGM Georg Forster
CMA CGM Georg Forster is 398 metres in length, with a beam of 54 metres.
175000 tons of weight. TEU capacity 18000.
TEU stands for twenty foot equivalent unit.
Many of the ships listed above have sister ships of the same class, size and capacity.
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