Vards Uzvards' photos with the container

Hanjin Boston (p5070570)

Hanjin Boston (p5070570)
Built by Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hanjin Boston has a carrying capacity of 77,000 deadweight tons. The ship is 984.3 feet long and 140.4 feet wide (or 17 containers across), which is 30 feet wider than the Panama Canal.
Added on May 23, 2006

Big Box (pb230151)

Big Box (pb230151)
Added on November 24, 2006

Big Box (pb230155)

Big Box (pb230155)
Added on November 24, 2006

Golden Gate (p5070569)

Golden Gate (p5070569)
Hanjin Shipping (South Korea) operates 145 vessels that cover 80 major ports in 35 countries
Added on May 23, 2006

Golden Gate (p6291104)

Golden Gate (p6291104)
YM Success. Point Bonita in the background.
Added on July  1, 2006

Cosco Jin He (p1284398)

Cosco Jin He (p1284398)
Added on January 29, 2007

Matson Manoa (p9040293)

Matson Manoa (p9040293)
Matson Manoa, the C-9 class container ship, one of the largest and most modern American-built vessels in the foreign trades.
Added on September  6, 2006

Golden Gate (p6291053)

Golden Gate (p6291053)
Golden Gate Bridge vessel approaches the Golden Gate Bridge.
Added on July  1, 2006

China Shipping (p6100120)

China Shipping (p6100120)
20'GP general purpose container
Added on June 11, 2006

China Shipping (p6100112)

China Shipping (p6100112)
Added on June 11, 2006

Freightliner (p6100115)

Freightliner (p6100115)
Added on June 11, 2006

Pacific Link (pc013100)

Pacific Link (pc013100)
Pacific Link container ship was built by South Korean Hyundai Heavy Industries in 2004, and now sails under German flag. See this link for more information.
Added on December  2, 2006

Pacific Link (pc013080)

Pacific Link (pc013080)
Pacific Link container ship was built by South Korean Hyundai Heavy Industries in 2004, and now sails under German flag.
Added on December  2, 2006