Mighty Ships

Season 9
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Season 9, Episode 1 - North Sea Giant

4.0 0 x
One of the world's largest subsea construction vessels sets out to build a massive natural gas compression station - 300 metres underwater.
Season 10
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Season 10, Episode 6 - Sapura 3500

3.0 7 x
Just off the coast of Malaysia, the ultimate heavy-lift pipe laying vessel, Sapura 3500, has just three short weeks to build an offshore gas platform in the South China Sea.
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Season 10, Episode 5 - Edda Freya

3.0 5 x
In Norway's largest oil and gas field, the Edda Freya repairs and replaces critical gas platform pipelines. It is a dangerous job, and one false move could mean disaster.
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Season 10, Episode 4 - Yasin Bey

3.0 7 x
The Yasin Bey is a ship and power plant all in one. It takes a four-week voyage from Turkey to Indonesia to deliver badly-needed electricity.
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Season 10, Episode 2 - MSC Oscar

4.0 14 x
The container ship MSC Oscar is one of the largest ships on earth, transporting 20,000 crates of cargo. It traverses the world, from China and Malaysia to Germany, delivering goods and trade.
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Season 10, Episode 1 - Norrona

4.0 6 x
Each week, Norröna ferries up to 1500 passengers, 800 vehicles and millions of dollars' worth of fish and trade on one of the longest, toughest and most challenging ferry routes in the world.
Season 9
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Season 9, Episode 6 - Fram

4.0 8 x
The world's most adventurous cruise ship fights through the ice-choked fjords of Greenland to visit a spectacular collection of wildlife and icebergs.
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Season 9, Episode 5 - Maersk Viking

4.0 17 x
One of the world's most advanced drill ships builds an oil well more than 2000 metres below the waterline in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Season 9, Episode 4 - Northern Leader

3.0 18 x
Alaska's biggest longline fishing ship battles high waves and hurricane-force winds to bring home a massive catch of cod.
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Season 9, Episode 3 - USNS Comfort

4.0 8 x
US Navy hospital ship travels from Colombia and through the Panama Canal on a mission of mercy to the tiny Caribbean island of Dominica.
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