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  • Ships in Storms | 10+ TERRIFYING MONSTER WAVES, Hurricanes & Thunderstorms at Sea

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    Compilation of our most spectacular ship in storm videos! Lean back while watching Tankers, Bulk Carriers, Navy Ships, Cruise Ships and Passenger Ferries facing terrifying monster waves and hurricanes at sea. Subscribe for more ►

    These incredible ship in storm videos have been recorded in the big oceans all around the world and capture some of the most horrible moments for the crews when going through rough seas. Some of the biggest waves hitting the ships are up to 100ft (+30 meter) in height. This episode also includes a bonus clip at the end showing a cruise ship riding through a thunderstorm and getting hit by lightning strikes and a few close calls in the Baltic Sea.

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    0:00 Intro: Which clip is the most scary? Tell us in the comments below! Don't forget to like & subscribe for more if you enjoy this video!
    0:13 Chemical Tanker Facing Hurricane ???? Location: Atlantic Ocean: A chemical tanker battles huge waves in the Atlantic Ocean which makes an unpleasant journey
    1:18 Warship SMASHED Monster Wave in Southern Ocean Storm ???? Location: Antarctica: A NZ Navy Ship battles through 130 km/h winds and unexpected freak waves smashing the front of the warship as it sails through Antarctica
    2:02 Fishing Boat Caught In Monster Waves ???? Location: Bantry Bay, Ireland: The fishing vessel Santamar is struggling to make its way through high seas in terrifying waves during a storm near Ireland, while being filmed from the deck of the Grampian Avenger.
    2:37 Merchant Navy Ship in a Storm Force 10 ???? Location: Bay of Biscay, France: A 12,000 tons merchant navy ship is being swept form one side to another in very long, deep swell. After the dangerous storm the crew noticed serious damages to the ship and its load.
    3:27 Cruise Ship in Massive Storm and Waves ???? Location: Cook Strait, New Zealand: A Passenger Ferry leaving Wellington in storm narrowly avoids rocks in very rough seas and big waves.
    3:56 Ferry Leaving Wellington Heads Into Storm ???? Location: Breaker Bay, New Zealand: 90 km/h winds, extremely rough seas and high swell the interislander MV Straitsman is no stranger to these conditions.
    4:53 Chemical Tanker in Storm Force 12 ???? Location: Pacific Ocean: In the Pacific Ocean a chemical tanker battles some of the biggest waves ever seen while being caught in a storm force 12.
    5:47 Ship in Storm in the Atlantic ???? Location: Atlantic Ocean: Russian Captain Igor Aleksandrov and his crew facing a storm and massive waves with their ship in the Atlantic Ocean. Despite the remarkable size of the tanker, many waves are big enough to run over board.
    6:48 Ferry Facing Storm and Rough Seas ???? Location: Breaker Bay, New Zealand: It's not common for Cook Strait ferries to go out in conditions as rough as this however the captain faced the swell with terrifying results.
    7:21 Tanker Nearly Capsizes in Storm ???? Location: South Korea: At 10,000 tons this Chemical Tanker is thrown side to side as a fierce storm rages off the coast of South Korea and crew fearing she could capsize at any minute.
    8:22 Ferry leaving Wellington in Storm ???? Location: Breaker Bay, New Zealand: This New Zealand ferry is usually not sailing in seas as rough as this. Weather at the time was a 100 km/h southerly with high sea and southerly swell.
    8:40 Ferry Ride into THUNDERSTORM on Baltic Sea ???? Location: Baltic Sea, Germany: This bonus clip shows stunning lighting strikes and close calls in the Baltic Sea, as the cruise ship makes its way through a thunderstorm.
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  • Surfers caught inside massive waves - HOLD YOUR BREATH

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    Blue mountain avalanche...building...climbing...and your too slow. you race against its coming...realizing you will not make it you gasp that last hopeful breath for you know you're going over the falls....the force grips and pulls you to the bottom, like a puppet master playing with its little toy....thrashing, churning...hoping you have enough air. You're at the mercy of the great avalanche.

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  • BOATS IN WAVES YOU WOULDNT BELIEVE | HAULOVER BEST OF 2020 @Boat Zone

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    Haulover Inlet Boat Action in 30 min.

    Here you will find a variety of videos showing the coolest boats hitting rough waves through the infamous Haulover Inlet, one of the most dangerous inlets in the US.

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  • CAUGHT INSIDE A HUGE WAVE! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

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    CAUGHT INSIDE A HUGE WAVE! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

    Welcome back to another episode where man and machine attempt to do battle with Haulover Inlet!

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  • Man Films His Last Seconds Before The WAVE Hits!

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    Monster Waves CAUGHT ON CAMERA

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    10 Monster Waves CAUGHT ON CAMERA
    Our seas and oceans are unique to various variations of waves. Some are so big and terrifying and I’m not talking about what surfers are used to! These waves look as mortifying as though they want to swallow whatever and whoever is on the water. Here are 10 enormous waves that people were able to record on their cameras.
    10. Ravaging waves in The North Sea.

    The North Sea is famous for some of the biggest waves ever recorded in history. A video of such terrifying nature surfaced online, posted by a YouTuber called Ken’s. It’s a footage of large waves coming straight for a ship. The person on board got his camera just in time to capture this insane and unforgettable moment. With the tone of his voice, it relieves me because it seems he has the confidence that his ship is able to handle the mightiness of these waves. As a matter of fact, the person recording laughs in excitement when the waves hit the ship so massively, covering the whole ship before it resurfaces. It’s horrifying! Without flinching, he continues recording and describes this experience as awesome! Indeed it’s an awesome encounter for him. As for me, watching that clip is absolutely frightening! I wouldn’t have the nerve to even record it! But we’re glad he did.
    9. The Rogue wave on the Bay of Biscay.

    The Bay of Biscay is famous for rough storms and violent seas. Despite that, many people enjoy cruising and boat riding in this area for fun while others use it as a passage route. A massive wave was captured on video at this location. This rogue wave starts when the water around you is calm, and all of a sudden the wave appears and starts fighting with your ship! That’s a pretty terrifying experience. Two men onboard a ship had their cameras on, just in time to capture this wave. They were on an oil/chemical tanker- Pink Coral in February of 2014. Their ship was sailing to Rotterdam when a huge rogue wave met them on the way and attacked the beam of their ship. From the video, we see the ship rolling in the direction of the wave. The waves are so strong that they try immersing the beam of the ship in the sea! It just shows how powerful these waves are! The waves are trying with their might to tilt the tanker ship but in vain!
    8. Oil rig in the North Sea.

    Oil rigs are important platforms for oil exploration all over the world. In the North Sea, there are a number of oil rigs, some of which go through the rough beatings of mother nature. A video filmed by an offshore worker in a nearby platform captured this stomach crunching on sea moment. An oil rig was being subjected to monstrous waves that were smashing against it. This was caused by a terrible storm and bad weather happening on the coast of Scotland. This disorienting footage clearly shows the countless big waves hitting the oil rig as it manages to stay put. Oil rig workers have a strong heart for their jobs. They’re worth the money and should probably be paid more. They work in this significant industry knowing they’ll be dealing with extreme weather conditions. Such a video is a true testament to effective and brilliant engineering that oil rigs can withstand during such massive weather conditions.
    7. A Boat over a Tsunami wave.

    11th of March 2011 was an awful day in Northern Japan History. An earthquake of a magnitude of 9.0 was felt all over the area causing horrendous destruction. Thereafter, tsunami warnings ensued and people knew they had to run to higher, and safer grounds. Several distraught videos of the wreckage of property and their city being swept away by the tsunami water resurfaced and it was disheartening. On the same day there was a Video footage of a Japanese coast guard ship tackling a tsunami wave on shallow water. A huge wave was looming on the horizon and their ship safely soared through the scary wave. The crew was powerless to do anything but they kept hoping that their ship wouldn’t be overturned so that they could get to dock safely. Mother nature can be really brutal and we are grateful when we face such powerful waves and come out alive!

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    Rough waves and violent waters are terrifying when we are left helpless. But being able to come out of a bad storm alive is Phenomenal. Let’s continue with more of these unbelievable waves!
    6. Cruise ship versus the Waves!

    When choosing a destination spot for the holiday, some people love the idea of a cruise ship. Cruise ships are meant to be vacation friendly. People on board usually relax, grab a couple of drinks, and so many other activities on board!. Coming up to dangerous sea waves is not what people signed up for, but sometimes nature does its thing.

  • Boats in the BIGGEST Waves Ive Ever Seen at Haulover Inlet

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    Now let's get this straight.. these wave are huge for South Florida, rest of the world, not that big a deal... on this episode of Haulover Boats we see some big yachts get moved around like the little boats do in the inlet and surfers catching a wave.

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  • 5 BIG Waves You Wouldnt Believe if not on video

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    Nature sure is amazing! Today's video is on the top five biggest waves - all of them captured on video.


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  • Surviving a 3 Day Storm in the Atlantic Ocean | Weather From Hell: Caught on Camera | ITV

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    Tom and Laurence decided to row more than 4000 miles from New York to Devon to raise money for charity. But were they prepared for in excess of 30 storms, including one that lasted three days and nights?

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  • BOAT HEADING INTO DANGEROUS WAVES! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

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    BOAT HEADING INTO DANGEROUS WAVES! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

    Waves started to pick up and this bow rider is not equipped to deal with Haulover Inlet today. Larger boats crush the inlet while the smaller ones are at the mercy of Haulover.

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  • Biggest Waves Ever Recorded On Camera

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    Coming up are some of the biggest waves ever recorded!
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  • 30+ Dangerous Big Ship Launch Gone Bad ! , CLOSE CALLS and Huge WAVES

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  • If You See Square Waves, Get Out of the Water!

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    There are some waves that you really don’t ever want to encounter when you’re swimming in the ocean. Square waves look like a giant chess board over the ocean. It's pretty awesome but incredibly dangerous.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Where you can see square waves 1:22
    How they come to be 2:23
    The perfect storm 3:48
    Other dangerous bodies of water 5:46
    The Boiling Lake 6:00
    West End, Grand Bahama Island 7:03
    The East and North Coasts of Barbados 7:48
    Condado Beach 8:22

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    Cross swell. Photo taken from Phares des Baleines (Lighthouse of the Whales) on Île de Ré: By Michel Griffon - Own work, CC BY 3.0
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    SUMMARY:
    - If you look off the western coast of France, you’ll see the Isle of Rhe. The coolest part about it is what you see just beyond the shore: square waves. This strange wave pattern looks like a giant chess board over the ocean.
    - When two different swells coming from opposite directions meet, it’s known as a cross sea. This is what generates these square waves you see near the Isle of Rhe.
    - Because these two seas have totally different weather conditions, a unique pattern emerges when they collide. They create a riptide that’s stronger than your average wave - way stronger than what you’ve probably experienced at the beach with regular waves.
    - There have been a handful of cases where people got caught in the cross sea, but, thankfully and luckily, they managed to get out safely.
    - These square waves have become somewhat famous over time given that there’s really no other place in the world that boasts a cross sea like this one.
    - The Boiling Lake on the Island of Dominica is one body of water you’ll definitely want to stay away from. From high heat to strong gas emissions, there are plenty of reasons to stay out of The Boiling Lake.
    - You’ll probably want to steer clear of the town of West End on Grand Bahama Island. This deadly beach is known for being one of the most shark-infested beaches in the world.
    - While the south and west coasts of Barbados are ideal for swimming and snorkeling, the east and north beaches have incredibly strong tides that can be quite treacherous.
    - Condado Beach in Puerto Rico is a desirable destination in the city of San Juan. However, the beach’s mighty waves and powerful current make this a very dangerous place to go swimming.

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  • 15 Ships Caught in HORRIBLE Storms

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    Rogue waves, violent swells, and sudden storms have rendered even the most modern ships inoperable. Here 15 ships caught in horrible storms.

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  • Ship Launch | 10 Awesome Waves, FAILS and CLOSE CALLS

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    Compilation of the best satisfying ship launch videos I recorded including some surprising clips like the amphibious vehicles or the inclined planes at the Elblag Canal. The awesome sideways ship launches take place in Leer, Germany and Westerbroek, The Netherlands. The biggest ship in this video was launched in Flensburg, Germany.

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    0:56 - Ship Launch Gone Wrong ????
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    4:15 - M3 Amphibious Rig driving into River ????
    5:24 - Scooter Driver vs. Ship Launch ????
    5:46 - Drone view of commercial carrier Nordana Star sliding into water ????
    6:04 - Ship Launch in slow motion ????
    6:15 - Launch of general cargo ship Egbert Wagenborg ????
    6:29 - GoPro hit by Wave
    6:43 - Launch of Arklow Willow in Leer, Germany
    7:09 - Launch of Arklow Bay in Westerbroek, The Netherlands ????
    7:29 - Biggest Ship Launch ever at Ferus Smit shipyard in Leer, Germany ????
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  • JET SKI CAUGHT INSIDE MASSIVE WAVES

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    If it was not bad enough to wipe out on a board, these guys did it on their jet ski, guess sometimes you cant beat nature..

  • Top 10 ships in storm Part 2 Terrifying Monster Waves

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  • Ship in Storm ASMR | 3 Days CAUGHT in a STORM FORCE 12 + MONSTER WAVES in the North Atlantic!

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    Chemical tanker facing huge waves over several days in the North Atlantic which is famous for its though weather conditions during the winter months. Monster waves start at 7:05!
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    0:00​ Tanker Facing Heavy Seas and Huge Waves [ASMR] (Day 1, Noon)
    3:17 Sea getting rougher [ASMR] (Day 1: Afternoon)
    7:05 Tanker Facing Monster Waves (Day 1, Late Afternoon)
    8:05​ Sun + Rough Seas (Day 2, Morning)
    9:18 Sea getting rougher again (Day 2, Afternoon)
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  • Passenger Captures Frightening Moment on Cruise Ship

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    Passengers panicked as a Norwegian cruise ship was rocked by a strong gust of wind as it departed New York City.

    Anthony Ciaramello captured this video from inside the ship, showing injured passengers and flying objects.

    Representatives from Norwegian Cruise Line confirmed to ABC News its Norwegian Escape vessel was hit by a “sudden, extreme gust of wind” at 100 knots (115mph), causing a tilt towards the port side.

    The cruise line confirmed several people were injured and treated by the ship’s medical staff. The number and extent of injuries were not confirmed.

    Ciaramello told Storyful he was watching a movie with other passengers when the ship started to sway.

    “I went flying as it tilted and landed on my stomach and slid like 20 feet and smashed into a guard rail in the middle of the floor.

    “I actually thought I was going to die.”

    The ship was reportedly heading to its first stop to Port Canaveral in Florida to begin a seven-night cruise.

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  • Anthem Of The Seas Vs Huge Waves And 120 MPH Winds. Viewed From My Room On The Third Deck. NO MUSIC!

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  • BIG MISTAKE IN A CHOPPY WAVES AT HAULOVER INLET @Boat Zone

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    BIG MISTAKE IN A CHOPPY WAVES AT HAULOVER INLET @Boat Zone

    Here you will find a variety of videos showing the coolest boats hitting rough waves through the infamous Haulover Inlet, one of the most dangerous inlets in the US.

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  • Video of the M/V Arvin breaking in half, 6 sailors lost to the sea.

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    Video of the M/V Arvin breaking in half, 6 sailors lost to the sea.

    The cargo ship named M/V ARVIN ???????? is split into two. Six sailors died in this accident that occurred in the Black sea in past weeks.
    Arvin was 46 years old. She was a pretty old river cargo ship for the rough and open seas.

  • North Sea Big Wave

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  • RC Offshore Tug in BIG WAVES - HAPPY HUNTER - Piratenmeer Büsum

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    Subwaterfilm Crash - HUNTER in big Waves - followed by the AZIZ
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    Once a year in November the Buesumer Modellshippers organize a very special oppertunity for ship-model-captains. A chance to let their boats navigate through an active wavepool! So ships can trial their seaworthiness and show how they behave in big waves....!

    We did film with a 50p (50 full pictures a minute) Cam from the Edge of the pool, with a 100p Cam from the Supply Vessel AZIZ following the HAPPY HUNTER and with a small handheld cam from the surface. (Have a look at the small making of: ) For our equipment have a look blow into the links...

    As both vessel are manovering at the edge of their possibilitys one or the other crash is not avoidable... but also it looks quite dramatic because of the slow motion settings, nothing did get damaged there :-)

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    Einmal im Jahr im November veranstalten die Büsumer Modellshippers im schönen Freizeitbad Piratenmeer in Büsum ein Modellfahren für alle wo sich auch die besondere Möglichkeit eröffnet, mit den Modellen im Wellenbecken bei eingeschalteter Wellenmaschine in den Sturm zu fahren.

    Gefilmt wurde vom Beckenrand mit einer 50p Kamera und von Bord des Bohrinselversorgers Aziz mit einer 100p Kamera (100 Vollbilder pro Minute).. die Aufnahmen wurden dann stark verlangsamt damit schiffige Bewegungen dabei rauskommen... (zum Vergleich: )

    Da beide Schiffe hier in Extremsituationen manövrieren läßt sich der eine oder andere Crash - hier allerdings nur eine sanfte Berührung - oft nicht vermeiden. Durch die SlowMotion Einstellung wirkt diese kleine Kollision allerdings wie eine schwere Katastrophe :-) Aber zum Glück bauen wir unsere Modelle ja im Maßstab etwas solider als die Originale...
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  • Ship in Storm | INSANE Navy Boat Exercise in Too Rough Sea

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    Watch this navy patrol boat facing rough seas, big waves and extreme winds (storm force 12) during a training exercise in the Southern Ocean in February 2021. Subscribe for more extreme weather content ►

    The cameraman told us that it was perhaps the wrong decision to go out into such rough seas there as it was dangerous. It could have been a difficult operation to rescue the crew if the boat capsized as the wind was going strong, the water was freezing cold and additional support could not be send over quickly due to the remoteness of the area. Luckily the boat and its crew was able to return safely to the main ship.

    With a maximum depth of about 7,434 meters (24,390 ft) and temperatures between -2-10 °C (25-50 °F), the Southern Ocean is known for its tough weather conditions – it is the coldest and windiest ocean on Earth. The latitudes from 50 to 70 degrees south are also known as the Furious Fifties and Shrieking Sixties due to strong winds and large waves caused by the winds blow that blow around the globe in those areas. (Find out more here:

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  • Thats How Cruise Ships Can Stay Upright in Any Weather

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    A majestic snow-white cruise ship looks like a piece of art. It's a city in itself, with cafes, stores, swimming pools, gyms, and a water park. Everything, from its impressive size to the number of passengers on board, leaves unprepared observers speechless. The biggest mystery for some people is, How does this big guy stay afloat and avoid keeling over?

    Cruise ships are built to withstand 50-ft waves. Such huge waves are a rarity, and a typical ship is unlikely to come across one of those during its career. But still, cruise ships are surprisingly well-prepared for all bad weather Mother Nature has in her bag of tricks. They're designed to handle even severe storms during the hurricane season!

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    - The Symphony of the Seas is a really big boat. With 22 restaurants, an ice rink, a 9-story zip line, robot bartenders, theaters, water slides, and climbing walls, who’s got time to look at the water? It's the world's largest cruise ship.
    - A cruise ship can roll to almost 60 degrees before it's in danger of tipping over! Plus, cruise ships are built to withstand 50-ft waves.
    - Cruise ships are surprisingly well-prepared for all bad weather Mother Nature has in her bag of tricks. They're designed to handle even severe storms during the hurricane season.
    - Usually, no more than 30 ft of the vessel sits under the water, which is only about 10% of the ship's overall height.
    - If you look at a cruise ship's hull, you'll notice its unusual shape: it's wide and rounded. This helps the vessel to move smoothly and with minimal drag - that's a force which slows a ship down.
    - Even though a cruise ship towers above the surface, its center of gravity is far below the waterline.
    - Buoyancy, low center of gravity, and ballast keep a cruise ship stable. But there is one natural phenomenon that can still put this vessel at risk, and it's not wind!
    - Being equipped with plenty of modern gismos, cruise ships still try to avoid or outrun any serious storm they're likely to come across.
    - Most cruise lines have an opportunity to observe all their ships in real time and change their routes if there is a hurricane, typhoon, massive storm, or fog ahead.
    - Sometimes, a cruise ship doesn't manage to dodge a storm and has to force its way through the waves. If it happens, the most important thing is to keep the ship's front (called the bow) pointed into the waves.
    - Cruise ships are equipped with special stabilizers that prevent them from tilting to one side too much.
    - It's hard for ships to avoid bad weather altogether because every year, the average cruise ship travels more than 84,000 miles!

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  • Sailing in Monster Storms | Storm Tactics | Ships in Big Waves Heavy Seas - Sailing Aulani Aloha

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    Storms explodes sailing with ships. Solo sailing Aulani Aloha from the Columbia River Bar with ships as monster storm winter storm slams West Coast. The West Coast is shut down and natural disasters become unprecedented from Washington to California.

    The Columbia River Bar of Astoria, Oregon is the most powerful collision of ocean and river forces on the planet.

    Media coverage is caught off guard with poor weather forecasting scramble to catch up. I'm 4 days out 120 miles offshore from the Oregon California border.

    These sea battles never decide who's right only who's left.

    As sailors in little boats the size of life boats. We don't have the luxury of hiding 100' up in comfy enclosed watertight wheelhouses. Or lounges on 1,000' ships manned 24/7 on all decks.

    We are literally part of the storm itself. Seemingly lost in between swells dealing with the waves and ripples there. We are in the trenches battling a monster that never sees us. Even when we have crew it's most always a solo operation.

    How we strategically navigate prior to the monster's arrival. Then keep on thru the dark night will determine just how soon and if we live to see another day. Always keep your mind and boat ahead of the Monster's next move. Run and only wrestle when given no option.

    How do we get here? Over the years we get a little dinghy and go for a stroll in the Pacific Ocean.

    Day 1
    The Columbia River bar reopens after being closed to an early winter storm. I have a 3 day window to voyage South clearing the rugged stormy terrain of the Pacific Northwest before the next potential storm develops. My friends in another sailboat stall in port for 2 days before leaving.

    Day 2
    I make my way offshore knowing storm winds will get pinched pressed by the shoreline with high cascading mountains funneling and doubling wind speeds and wave heights. An ancient tactic is employed to avoid the main front and reach the fringes of the outer flank.

    Day 3
    100 miles offshore a snowy white owl appears circling the mast dozens of times.

    Birds of prey can get trapped inside a storm till they find a way out on the weak backside. They venture far in their curiosity. But a snowy owl here is absolutely odd, uncanny, an omen.

    The mackerel sky known as Mare's Tails in folklore Makes a lofty or tall ship carry low sails or reef such in. The high cirrocumulus clouds formed by shifting high speed wind directions make known a kink disturbance in the jet stream is about to go wild.

    The wind becomes ill as it moves counter clockwise across the compass from North to South then back to South West. I keep the wind to starboard to begin making my way ahead and across the path of the eye to it's weak backside.

    Day 4
    Wind speed begins it's rise. By noon winds are SW 25 knots. At 8 PM gale force winds commence and continue rising. All night I sail with main sail reefed in and main engine at 2/3rd's throttle. I'd be cruising at 8 knots instead over the next 12 hours I make no headway.

    I'm letting the monster quickly makes it's way past me with a short brush or skirmish. I avoid getting sucked into the eye's strong side with it's dynamic trough and violent main front.

    The other sailboat from Astoria gets blown 200 miles North off course when a fishing vessel sites it clocking 70 knot winds. A month later they catch up and rendezvous with me a 1,000 miles South.

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  • 2 KIDS IN A SMALL BOAT CAUGHT IN ROUGH WAVES!! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

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    2 KIDS IN A SMALL BOAT CAUGHT IN ROUGH WAVES!! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

    Welcome back to another episode where man and machine attempt to do battle with Haulover Inlet!

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  • Waves Rock and Pound Cruise Ship off the Coast of Norway || ViralHog

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    Occurred on March 23, 2019 / Norwegian Sea, Hustadvika, Norway

    This video was taken from the 7th deck, forward Explorer Lounge of the Viking Sky cruise ship at approximately 2 pm, local time. The location was just off the coast near Hustadvika, Norway. This area has a history of being a very dangerous section of coastline with many ships having been lost here. The Viking star was carrying just over 1300 passengers and crew when she lost power and was being blown towards the rocky shore by extreme wind and seas. These videos show the extreme conditions inside the ship as she rolled and pitched without power. Two anchors were dropped, the Captain called 'Mayday,' and helicopter evacuations were ordered immediately. At least one engine was restarted after a few minutes and two of the other engines were restarted throughout the night. About 450 passengers were successfully airlifted to shore before the ship was successfully towed to a nearby port by rescue tugboats.

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  • 5 Large Waves VS Buildings

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    Why would they construct buildings so close to the ocean? Theses are five large waves VS Buildings.


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  • 15 LARGE Waves and Swells

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  • ????TERRIFYING Footage Shows What Its Like On-Board a Ship In a North Sea STORM

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  • Why large ships don’t sink in bad weather

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    Why don’t boats sink? This is a simple question with a complicated answer that you might have asked yourself at one point. Even though you may have not experienced it in person, you have probably seen a giant ship breaking through the towering waves and going up and down during a fearsome storm.

    Each time the ship goes down, it seems as if it will never go back up again; but the ship keeps afloat on the water. These heart-pumping moments are popular in movies and TV series and can be quite exciting to watch.

    But in reality, it would be a catastrophe if big ships sank during these storms. Luckily, engineers and captains have a few tricks to avoid such conditions.
    First and foremost, ships try to avoid storms for a safe journey, and communication plays an important role here. It may be true that “loose lips sink ships”, but in this case, the opposite is true. This communication becomes possible through satellites.

    Weather reports can prevent a possible disaster long before it happens. Apart from modern solutions, ancient solutions like ballasts make the ship heavier and enable a more stable ship buoyancy. But, what happens when a ship encounters a storm in spite of all the safety measurements?

    You will have to watch our video to find out. If you are also asking questions like “why don’t ships sink”, this video with its interesting highlights and thrilling visuals can help you satisfy your curiosity.

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  • Boats caught inside massive waves 4

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    I Know calm seas does not make good sailors, but they should have stayed on land this time, dont you think?

    Sailing is not easy, and if you dont know what youre doing, just stay on land!

  • CAUGHT INSIDE MASSIVE WAVES #1

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    Thats a position you never wanna find yourself in!

    Only those who's been there know the felling!

  • Mr One Caught Inside Massive Waves

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    What It's Like To Get Caught Inside A 25+ Foot Wave? This is a collection of surfers doing just that. Waves like Mavericks, Jaws and The Wedge.

    Surfers in this video:

    Jamie Mitchell - Caught Inside with a 50 Foot Bomb at Pe'ahi, Jaws - Maui Jan 27th 2016

    Jamie O'Brien - At The WEDGE

    Mark Healey - Two Wave Hold Down at Mavericks

    Caught Inside is when a surfer who is paddling out is too far in, and the waves are breaking further out. It can be dangerous in a big wave surf.

    The secret to surviving a huge set is: there is no secret. There are no Eastern breathing mantras that allow you to hold your breath for five minutes; there are no watermen trap doors in those swirling masses of turbulence that lead straight to the surface; there are no oxygen-giving dolphins waiting 15 feet below the surface. But this doesn't mean that your number's up if you're facing a 50-foot wall of foam. The fact is, surfers survive these situations every winter. Take it from me, who's had more than his fair share of lumps at Maverick's and had the privilege of being mowed by a huge one at Cortes Bank. And aside from needing a good set of lungs and some basic skills, there's really only one main requirement on the big-wave frontier: confidence. You need to know you can pull through in the worst possible situations. As soon as you panic, good judgment and the breath-holding capacity go out with the tide. Think about it: a long hold down is no more than 30 seconds. If you swim deep, keep your eyes open and let the turbulence have its way with you, there shouldn't be any reason why you won't come up for air, pumped for the next one.

    Big wave surfing is the ultimate celebration of extreme surfing. Challenging deadly waves in harsh weather and ocean conditions takes a very serious approach.
    Big wave surfers are not interested in performance. Forget perfect cutbacks, stunning floaters or breathless aerial antics. The profile of a big wave rider is the result of several unparalleled personal characteristics.

    Fear is always present in a 50-foot wave. Fear is the best way of managing the risk of paddling for a huge wave face, which doesn't tell you what is going to happen and how it is going to break.

    Monster waves tend to move quickly and force surfers to get away of the powerful whitewater. Big waves are lethal even for the most experienced extreme riders. The best big wave surf spots in the world have claimed several lives in the last decades.

    Malik Joyeux, Sion Milosky, Moto Watanabe, Mark Foo, Donnie Solomon, Todd Chesser, Dickie Cross and Peter Davi have passed away in extreme surfing conditions. Wipeouts, severe coral reef injuries and drowning are the most common causes of death in big wave surfing.

    The pioneers of big wave surfing started to eye impossible killer rides in the 1940's. In the 1960's, waves like Pipeline and Waimea increased the popularity of paddling into new wave heights. Going over the falls was the daily menu.

    Laird Hamilton is the first professional big wave surfer. The waterman from Maui defies fast, hollow and high waves with a full-time training and previous preparation. Hamilton, the father of tow-in surfing, takes on the entire big wave spots of the Hawaiian Islands, in helicopter style.

    Laird was born with the gene of defying danger. He designs and prepares his own surfboards and wetsuits. Wherever heavy waves break, Hamilton is there to ride them: Mavericks, Cortes Bank, Dungeons.

    In 2000, Laird Hamilton surfs what is considered the heaviest wave of all time. The Millennium Wave was ridden in the reef of Teahupoo, in Tahiti, and set a new standard for big wave surfing.

    Garrett McNamara is one of the toughest big wave challengers. After riding a spectacular 78-foot wave in Nazaré, Portugal, the Hawaiian waterman entered the Guinness World Records with the biggest wave ever surfed.

    The 55 best big wave surfers of all time is an exclusive extreme surfing club. From Jaws to Mavericks, Puerto Escondido, Punta Lobos, Ghost Trees, Belharra, Shipstern Bluff and Todos Santos, Nazare. these riders have set up a new scale in the definition of giant waves. They are:

    Al Mennie, Andy Irons, Anthony Tashnick, Ben Wilkinson, Bob Pike, Brock Little, Buzzy Trent, Carlos Burle, Chris Bertish, Danilo Couto, Darrick Doerner, Darryl Virostko, Dave Kalama, Dave Wassel, Eddie Aikau, Frank Solomon, Gabriel Villaran, Garrett McNamara, George Downing, Brad Gerlach, Gerry Lopez, Grant Twiggy, Baker Grant Washburn, Greg Long, Greg Noll, Ian Walsh, Jamie Sterling, Jay Moriarty, Jeff Clark, Jeff Rowley, Jose Angel, João de Macedo, Kai Barger, Keala Kennely, Ken Bradshaw, Ken Colllins, Koby Abberton, Kohl Christensen, Laird Hamilton, Laurie Towner, Mark Foo, Mark Healey, Mark Mathews, Mark Visser , Maya Gabeira, Mike Parsons, Nathan Fletcher, Pat Curren, Peter Mel, Ramon Navarro, Richie Fitzgerald, Ross Clarke-Jones, Shane Dorian, Sion Milosky, Zach Wormhoudt

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  • HAULOVER BOATS CAUGHT IN ROUGH WAVES | BOAT ZONE

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    HAULOVER BOATS CAUGHT IN ROUGH WAVES | BOAT ZONE

    Here you will find a variety of videos showing the coolest boats hitting rough waves through the infamous Haulover Inlet, one of the most dangerous inlets in the US.

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  • Tsunami

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    Kayaking close to Chenega Glacier in Nassau Bay, Prince William Sound, Alaska. While enjoying the Beautiful day and three harbor seals the glacier is calving and a number of huge waves are coming towards us.

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    Boats Caught inside Massive Waves in Beach Spot

  • Ship in Storm | Cruise Ship Climbing Up Big Waves

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    Cruise ship climbing up big waves and diving deep into the sea in an area a few hundred KM off the coast of France which is famous for its though and dangerous weather conditions during the winter months. Subscribe for crazy videos ►

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  • YACHT HIT BY HUGE WAVES VERY ROUGH AT HAULOVER INLET @Boat Zone

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    Huge Waves destroying a Yacht. After this bouncing series can you imagine the interior in that Yacht, the toilets, the food, drinks, etc... I hope you don’t think the yacht is in pieces all over the inlet. If that was the case probably we don’t publish.

    Here you will find a variety of videos showing the coolest boats hitting rough waves through the infamous Haulover Inlet, one of the most dangerous inlets in the US.

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  • BOAT BURIED IN WAVES AT HAULOVER INLET! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet | Hurricane ETA

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    BOAT BURIED IN WAVES AT HAULOVER INLET! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet | Hurricane ETA

    Some of this footage is right before Hurricane ETA approaches Haulover Inlet. Surfers were showing up for the huge swells and the boats were making there way in through a rough Haulover Inlet.

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    It wasn't a giant day at all.
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    I had to go get him before the next one.

    Cornelius took off on the wave right behind us. We had to run away all the way to the beach.
    Once on the inside we had to wait to find an opportunity to go back to the outside.

    A big white water got us and Clement felt from the jetski.

    After a long while we found our way back out.


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  • Safety Boat Gets Caught Inside Supertubes at Jeffreys Bay

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  • How to Drive a Boat in Rough Seas and BIG WAVES !

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    THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS HOW YOU DRIVE THE BOAT IN ROUGH SEA'S - There will be times that being a fair weather boater is out of your control and you are put into a situation that demands more of you than just enjoying the ride! This happened to me, which i must say was exhilarating beyond belief, extremely exciting / worrying and at times testing my knowledge thus far of boating and my friend filmed the experience of which i now share with you. So i wanted to show newbie beginner boaters what i did and how i did it, in the hope that they will also learn a few things and get even more out of boating than they ever thought!! These are things you cannot simply learn in a classroom, but the techniques can be and this video will hopefully add to your knowledge and understanding if you're ever put in this situation. Thanks for watching.

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  • Rogue Wave created by Wave Generator

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    With 310 meters of usable length and a width of 5 meters the Large Wave Flume (GWK) in Hanover, Germany is currently the largest wave tank in the world. The wave paddle of the hydraulic wave machine (900 kW) is 7 m tall and includes a ±10 degree rotatable flap. The overall stroke of the wave generator is 4,2 m. By generating small and slow waves followed by faster and bigger waves, rogue waves (or freak waves) can be produced. The wave tank is used to simulate the impact on structures or ships.

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    Extended version of this video with music:
    While swimming in the pool my brothers and I decided to do some underwater atomic bomb testing on our lego boat. This led us to perform a number of tests using the slow motion feature on my iPhone and GoPro.

    The extended cut is coming soon with many much more uncut action! We hope you enjoy!

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