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Vehicle Diagrams

Unfortunatly it is not recommended to insert, by the people who can does, vehicles to be included. So let's go in this thread and post your wonderfully made vehicles. So maybe some day this is reviewed again. Sorry, but Cranes of 200m high or huge oil platforms of more than 1000m of structure are much more nicier than barely spread residential buildings of 40m.
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SHIPS

New France



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Song_of_Norway_(ship)



smv Cisne Branco 1999 l76 h46 Tall Ship Brazil - Personally visited this ship



Petrobrás P-47 FPSO 270m 55m Offshore Ship Torinita Monróvia



mv Freedom Of The Seas 339m 64m RCCL Cruise Ship Transportation Nassau Bahamas



mv Flamingo Sun Flight 310m 83m Ship Oil Crude Tanker Transportation Fortaleza Brazil


mv Brasil 515 - 2015 l 515m b 51.5m h 51.5m Oil Crude Ship Tanker Transportation Brasília Brazil



Ex.mv Mont 2009-2010 Ex-mv Knock Nevis 2004 Ex-mv Jahre Viking 1990 Ex-mv Seawise Giant 1979 Ex-Oppama 1976 Ex-Port l 458.45m h 73m b 68.80m d 24.61m 1972 t 260941 Kn 16 Vehicle Tanker Ship Oil crude Transportation Floating Oppama Japan

Diagram from Eduardo Segundo

mv FPSO Stena Drillmax t58294 l227.8 b42 d13 h121


More Ship Tankers see here: http://z11.invisionfree.com/shipbucket/ar/t2896.htm
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Blohm + Voss Repair

ex-mv Uisge Gorm FPSO 1995 Bluewater Offshore ex-mv Dirch Maersk 1998 Tanker 248.31m 39.9m 63m kn14 t99800 - 1983 Ship Offshore Netherlands Antilles



mv EnQuest Producer 2013 FPSO ex-mv Uisge Gorm FPSO 1995 Bluewater Offshore ex-mv Dirch Maersk 1998 Tanker l248.31m b39.9m h63m kn14 t99800 - 1983 Ship Offshore Netherlands Antilles



Repair at Blohm + Voss the mv Petrojarl Banff Teekay Petrojarl Production l120.7m b53.5m h67m 1997 t20800 Ship FPSO Douglas UK


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Ships I travelled with


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AIRCRAFTS

Airbus A380 British Airways l72.3m b79.8m h24.1m 2005 Vehicle Aircraft Transportation Flying Toulose France


Boeing B747-800 l76.25m b68.45m h19.35m 2010 Vehicle Aircraft Transportation Flying Seattle USA


Boeing B787 Air India l56.7m b60m h16.9m 2011 Vehicle Aircraft Transportation Flying Seattle USA


Aérospatiale BAC Concorde l61.66m b25.60m h12.20m 1969 Vehicle Aircraft Transportation Flying Toulose France

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CRANES

TKMS Yard Crane Kiel Germany, 1975 110m

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OFFSHORE http://www.fino-offshore.de/en/

Fino I 121m 2003 Research Communications Borkum Germany



Fino II 120m 2007 Research Communications Rügen Germany



Fino III 142m 2009 Research Communications Sylt Germany




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Old Posted Mar 14, 2013, 4:20 PM
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Unfortunatly it is not recommended to insert, by the people who can does, vehicles to be included. So let's go in this thread and post your wonderfully made vehicles.
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machines are awesome! they would look great on the diagrams .... : (
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offshore structures are unmovable, so I guess they can be added
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I really think we should stick to the actual topic of this website which are skyscrapers and highrise buildings.

That's why people are visiting this website and the diagrams. The moment you start adding all kind of things is the moment a lot of them willl turn away IMO.
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Old Posted May 26, 2014, 10:19 PM
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No general ban of offshore structures and vehicles

In my opinion we should not generally ban offshore structures and vehicles.

Offshore structures should be handled as towers, as building offshore structures is a challenge of engineering. An offshore HVDC inverter plant is more remarkable as a 15-story building in a town!

In fact, each structure with a basement in a body of water can be considered as offshore in strict way and so even many bridges belong in this category.

Concerning vehicles my opinion is the following:

- trains: no - too low
- ships & aircraft: if taller than 50 metres, then yes
- cranes: permanent cranes should be added. Also Emporis has such objects in the database ( http://www.emporis.com/building/cont...amburg-germany )
- rockets: yes, if taller than 10 metres
- large excavators and other big machines: yes, if taller than 30 metres.
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ships are megastructures that deserve to be in the charts!
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I'm ok with permanent cranes, offshore structures and other unmovable structures. No ships etc. (Maybe except for Queen Mary that's permanently docked).

The focus of Skyscraperpage should be skyscrapers though. Anyone's free to start a vehicle diagram site.
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Offshore structures should be handled as towers, as building offshore structures is a challenge of engineering. An offshore HVDC inverter plant is more remarkable as a 15-story building in a town!
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I just want to add that I just tried searching the diagrams for ships. I saw Vehicles as an option and got excited, but nothing came up. I thought it was glitching out until I found this post.

Personally, I think ships/large movable structures should be listed. If not, at least get rid of the vehicles category, as it's incredibly misleading.
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However in earlier days there were some entries. Can we not restore them?
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Vehicle Diagrams

It seems to me, you were mistaken
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