It has a width of 70 metres.
A photo taken by Marios Prekas Photography, shows the widest ship in the world at the waterline entering the Grand Harbour in Valletta.
Considering how titanic the ship truly is, it was aptly named ‘Ramform Titan’
This is not the first time that the humongous ship entered Maltese waters.
It was built in Nagasaki, Japan in 2013 and it has a width of a whopping 70metres at its stern.
Ramform Titan is operated by Petroleum Geo-Services and is largely used for 3D seismic data acquisition.
Did you spot it?
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