The largest ship in the world is the Knock Nevis. It is 1,504 feet long supertanker operated by Fred Olsen Production.
The Knock Nevis has the record for the largest ship with a length of 1,504 feet, a draft of 80.74 ft, and a 339,500 sq ft deck space. It is currently used as a floating storage and offloading unit owned by the Norwegian company Fred Olsen Production, and used to be a supertanker.
The largest ship in the world is the Knock Nevis, which is a supertanker. It is 458.5 meters or 1,504 feet long, 69 meters or 226 feet wide, and is operated by Fred Olsen Production. It weighs 564,763 tons dry, and when it is fully loaded with oil, it weighs 647,955 tons. Underwater, it reaches 24.6 meters or 81 feet when it is fully loaded, which makes it too large for the English Channel. The Knock Nevis was built between 1979 and 1981, and is used as an FSO (floating storage and offloading unit).
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