A Shipload of Boats
It started innocently enough: a one-off Facebook post about a pile of ship. Then, Huckberry reader Andy Mowrey noted that the ship carrying all of those ships was recently carried by another ship...
It started innocently enough: a one-off Facebook post about a pile of ship. Then, Huckberry reader Andy Mowrey noted that the ship carrying all of those ships was recently carried by another ship. Pandora’s Box (aka The Google) was opened, revealing a whole host of incestuous relationships between planes, trains, and automobiles. Herewith, a post cataloguing a few of our favorite finds.
How many ships could a ship ship, if a ship could ship ships?
So the ship above, the one that was carrying all of those ships … naturally, it was once carried on a ship.
Sidebar: How do these cargo ships do it? Apparently, they slightly submerge themselves, load the cargo, and then rise up out of the water. (See below)
Just a crane holding a crane, holding another crane, holding another crane, holding a baby crane. Check my math on that.
… Only to be one-upped by boats that transport the cranes that load the boats onto the boat that transports them. (Advil’s in the cabinet.)
Rigs on boats. Sounds like a radio talk show.
Yachts on boats.
A boat carrying a submarine. Surprisingly, the most boring entry.
Switching gears to a pickup on a dump truck on a flatbed on a massive truck.
What do you guys got? Any planes carrying planes carrying trains carrying cranes carrying boats carrying trucks out there?
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