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From South Korea, the world's largest ship set off on its first voyage

The world's largest freighter to date left a shipyard in South Korea on a voyage to Rotterdam. The vessel "Peter Shelte", intended for transporting offshore drilling platforms, is due to arrive in Rotterdam for completion in December. It is 124 meters wide and 382 meters long. Its construction cost the owners $ 3 billion. The vessel, built by Daewoo Heavy Industries in South Korea, will be able to take on board cargo weighing up to 48 thousand tons.

After completion in Rotterdam, the vessel will sail to the Black Sea, where it will take part in the South Stream gas pipeline project.

The ship belongs to the Swiss company Allseas, which is engaged in the laying of submarine pipelines and subsea construction.

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