Name: Knock Nevis Owner: First Olsen Tankers Pte. Ltd. In service: 2004
The Knock Nevis is a massive ship, last used as a floating storage and offloading unit (FSO). She was previously a supertanker and was the longest ship ever built, as well as the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded.
When plying the sea, the vessel had a fully laden draft of 24.6 m (81 ft), rendering it unable to navigate the English Channel, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal when its load was up to capacity. As a tanker she was known as the Seawise Giant, Happy Giant, and Jahre Viking.
In December 2009, the vessel was sold to Indian breakers and renamed Mont for her final journey. After clearing Indian customs, she was intentionally beached in India for ship breaking. She was photographed beached for scrapping at Alang, India on 4 January 2010
2.Batillus class supertankers
Name: Batillus class Operators: Flag of France.svg Société Maritime Shell France In service: 1976 to 2003 In…