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There you go. Absolute dimensions limitations set, now what kind of carrier can you make, theoretically, with a slip big enough to make something like those?bager1968 wrote:
Seawise Giant 458.46 m (1,504 ft) 564,650 DWT 260,851 GT 1979–2009 Broken up Originally smaller, jumboisation made Seawise Giant the largest ship ever by length, displacement (657,019 tonnes), and deadweight tonnage.
Batillus class (4 ships) 414.22 m (1,359 ft) 555,051 DWT 275,276 GT 1976–2003 Broken up The largest and longest ships ever to be laid down per original plans. They became second only to Seawise Giant (after its jumboisation) for deadweight tonnage and length overall.
All of those were oil tankers.
Pioneering Spirit Crane vessel 382 m (1,253 ft) 499,125 DWT 403,342 GT 2015– In service Pioneering Spirit is the largest twin-hulled vessel ever built as well as, at 124 metres (407 ft), the widest ship in the world.