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135,096.  Passengers on the Diamond Princess: the Japanese authorities imposed a quarantine; with passengers and crew trapped on board, the virus spread rapidly throughout the ship … More cases of Covid 19 began to emerge on other cruise ships.  (Coronavirus & Ship)  Covid 19: World in Danger, Discovery 2020

 

 

135,168.  She’s the most famous ocean liner in the world.  Back in the day, she was the place to be seen.  Now she has a new home in Dubai and a new life as a luxurious hotel.  She’s a little bit of Britain with a royal heritage.  Fighting her corner in the world’s toughest hotel market. But with a multi-million-pound refurb under way and a new team at the helm, will it be sink or swim for the QE2: the world’s most luxurious floating hotel.  (Ship & Hotel)  QE2: World’s Most Luxurious Hotel, Channel 5 2020

 

135,170.  Bigger than Titanic, she’s six double-decker buses tall.  As long as three football pitches and she sailed over six million miles before she was retired.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

135,171.  She cost almost half a billion pounds to build and is one of the largest ocean liners ever.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

 

135,168.  She’s the most famous ocean liner in the world.  Back in the day, she was the place to be seen.  Now she has a new home in Dubai and a new life as a luxurious hotel.  She’s a little bit of Britain with a royal heritage.  Fighting her corner in the world’s toughest hotel market. But with a multi-million-pound refurb under way and a new team at the helm, will it be sink or swim for the QE2: the world’s most luxurious floating hotel.  (Ship & Hotel)  QE2: World’s Most Luxurious Hotel, Channel 5 2020

 

135,170.  Bigger than Titanic, she’s six double-decker buses tall.  As long as three football pitches and she sailed over six million miles before she was retired.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

135,171.  She cost almost half a billion pounds to build and is one of the largest ocean liners ever.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

 

135,252.  Friday brunch has become a big earner for Dubai’s hotels as it’s the place to celebrate and socialise.  (Ship & Hotel)  QE2: World’s Most Luxurious Hotel II  

 

 

135,306.  After four decades at sea the QE2 is embarking on a new journey as a floating hotel in Dubai.  Now permanently docked, staff have spent over two years from flagship cruise liner to successful hotel.  It’s a daily challenge to make it all work.  (Ship & Hotel)  QE2: World’s Most Luxurious Hotel III

 

135,307.  Every Friday the hotel welcomes 250 guests many of them ex-pats hungry for a taste of home.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

135,308.  Dubai has over 100 5-star hotels.  (Ship & Hotel)  ibid.

 

 

135,370.  3,700 passengers and crew of the Diamond Princess are stranded on board when it is quarantined.  (Coronavirus & Pandemic & Vaccine Ship)  Race Against the Virus: Hunt for a Vaccine, Channel 4 2020

 

 

136,091.  The Great Eastern is an example of both Brunel’s ambition and his commitment to innovation.  Almost 700 feet long, weighing 18,000 tons, she was six times longer than any other ship previously conceived.  (Engineering & Ship & Building)  Brunel: Building a Great Britain, Channel 5 2020

 

136,092.  It’s also an example his lifelong overconfident and his determination to exert complete control.  The giant ship exposed the conflicts simmering within its creator.  (Engineering & Ship & Building)  ibid. 

 

136,098.  The SS Great Britain is a technical triumph but never realises her potential commercial.  In September 1846 a catastrophic navigational error sees the ship run aground.  (Engineering & Building & Ship)  ibid.

 

 

137,605.  In 2012, two years before the Great War, the grandest ship ever built struck an iceberg killing over 1,500 people.  The tale of its sinking is legendary.  ‘There are stories of heroism, how the band played till the end’ … But are these stirring tales of a heroic captain and crew actually true?  Since the tragedy Titanic historians have sought to personal papers of Lord Mersey, the man charged in Britain with investigating the disaster.  (Titanic & Ship)  History’s Greatest Mysteries with Laurence Fishburne s1e1, History 2021     

 

137,606.  17 foot propellers: the ship is the length of two and a half football fields, and can ferry 3,547 passengers and crew.  She is the largest man-made moving object on Earth.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.    

 

137,607.  At full capacity, Titanic’s lifeboats could hold just half the ship’s 2,240 passengers … Smith and crew may not have trained sufficiently with the lifeboats they did have.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.

 

137,608.  He underlines, No Reduction of Speed.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.  

 

137,609.  At 9.20pm Captain Smith heads to his cabin to go to sleep, handing command to his senior officer.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.  

 

137,610.  Titanic hit the iceberg; the crew shut the water-tight doors; and the ship came to a dead stop.  But is that really what happened?  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.

 

137,611.  For 20 minutes Smith decides to keep the ship pressing forward at half speed instead of coming to a full stop.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.

 

137,612.  Lord Mersey’s Inquiry led to crew changes in shipping, including more lifeboats, twenty-four hour radio communication and the formation of the Ice Patrol.  (Titanic & Ship)  ibid.

 

 

137,641.  It is perhaps one of the most famous expeditions of the twentieth century: Earnest Shackleton’s disastrous mission to cross Antarctica.  When Shackleton’s Ship Endurance got snared in polar ice, the mission became an all-out fight for survival.  The ship disappeared beneath the ice … What happened to Shackleton’s lost ship.  Can we find it.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  History’s Greatest Mysteries with Laurence Fishburne s1e2: Endurance The Hunt for Shackleton’s Ice Ship 

 

137,642.  An expedition is heading into the frozen waters of the Antarctic.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.

 

137,643.  Antarctica: the most extreme place on Earth.  Temperatures reach 100 below.  Wind whips across it at 200 miles per hour.  This frozen continent surrounds the South Pole.  It’s a vast land entirely covered in ice.  Somewhere in these frozen seas lies the holy grail of ship wrecks: The Endurance.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.

 

137,644.  Down here the water is so cold the wooden ship is likely to be perfectly preserved.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.

 

137,645.  Flying in from across the globe is an international team of ship hunters, explorers and scientists.  Two years in the planning and over $250m of cutting-edge technology.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.

 

137,646.  ‘The wind’s unrelenting.  And the snow driven like needles into your face.’  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.  Conrad Anker, explorer

 

137,647.  The Endurance is completely stuck [Weddell Sea].  But she’s 550 miles from where she will finally sink.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.        

 

137,648.  Though the crew was trapped, they had reason to believe they would escape.  (Ship & Exploration & Adventure & Antarctic)  ibid.

 

 

137,899.  The Baltic Sea 28 September 1994: ‘The Estonia was no ordinary accident.  It was a devastating disaster of unseen proportions that claimed many lives and left many casualties.’  (Ship & Disaster)  Estonia I: The Disaster, Discovery Plus 2021, Lars Borgnas, journalist

 

137,900.  ‘The ferry disaster is the worst tragedy to hit the Nordics since World War II.  852 people lost their lives; 760 of them are still at the bottom of the sea.’  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  news   

 

137,901.  None of the cars were being tied down despite the high winds.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  driver  

 

137,902.  Just after midnight there were two extremely loud bangs.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  survivor

 

137,903.  Yes, we have a problem.  We’re listing badly 20 or 30 degrees.  Could you come to our assistance?  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  ship’s mayday

 

137,904.  We were walking over the cabin windows.  (Ship & Disaster) ibid.  

 

 

137,951.   One of the worst martime disasters ever has happened in the Baltic Sea.  (Ship & Disaster)  Estonia II: Everyone Shall Be Salvaged, television news  

 

137,952.  So water was coming in through the front of the boat, through the door?  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  television news dude’s suggestion to crew member

 

137,953.  With time it became clear that there was a shift from salvage to no salvage.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  Henrik S Jarrel, former Swedish MP    

 

137,954.  Meanwhile, the diving company Rockwater is examining the wreck of the Estonia.  Rockwater will evacuate if it is possible to retrieve the deceased and salvage the wreck.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  commentary

 

137,955.  Some of them still had lipstick on, still fresh as they were two months before.  So one by one pass them down.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  diving dude       

 

137,956.  Our conclusion at the time was that a significant amount of the bodies could have been recovered.  We pinpointed 125 victims which we documented in our reports … We considered it to be salvageable.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  salvage dude  

 

137,957.  The agreement prohibits all diving on the wreck of the Estonia.  It will take efect from 1st of July 1995.  ibid.  caption

 

137,958.  There must have been hole in the ship.  ibid.  expert  

 

 

137,959.  The Estonia was no ordinary accident.  It was a devastating disaster of unseen proportions that claimed many lives and left many devastation … There’s no room for suspicion or for hiding anything … The macabre idea was to cover the vessel.  Estonia III: Something is Wrong, Lars Borgnas, journalist

 

137,960.  It make no sense to cover the vessel with concrete.  ibid.  Carl Eric Eriantam

 

137,961.  After massive protests from next of kin, the in situ burial of the Estonia is aborted in the summer of 1996.  The law prohibiting diving near the wreck is upheld.  ibid.  caption  

 

137,962.  In November 1994 it was known that the bow visor had detached.  Witnesses had seen that the bow visor was gone.  ibid.  Jaan Metsavver, accident investigation commission

 

 

137,963.  This hole is probably the main cause of the sinking of the boat.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.

 

137,964.  Interviewer?  Who put the explosive there?

 

Investigator:  I don’t know.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.

 

137,965.  The Accident Investigation Commission claims there is no need for further investigation.  The Commission maintains that the shipwreck was adequately investigated in 1994.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  captions   

 

137,966.  We found the hole … That’s all we need for an investigation.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  divers      

 

137,967.  The Estonia was used in a smuggling operation which bought vital secrets from Russia to the West.  It was a combined operation involving MI6, Estonian Intelligence and Swedish Intelligence.  There were clear and specific warnings from the Russians to the West.  (Ship & Disaster & Smuggling)  ibid.  Stephen Davis, investigator & journalist        

 

 

137,968.  Tallinn-Stockholm:  It was a very successful route which they used for a number of years.  (Ship & Disaster)  Estonia IV: Secrets at the Bottom of the Sea, investigator

 

137,969.  The same day the Estonia sank rumours surfaced that it was being used to smuggle military equipment.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  Lars Angstrom, former Swedish MP

 

137,970.  The military clearly used a civilian passenger ferry to transport military cargo.  ibid.  outraged politician      

 

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137,971.  There’s no reason to believe they attempted to transport anything.  ibid.  Inquiry dude’s findings   

 

137,972.  It must have been organised by the most secretive Swedish military intelligence … They are scared of what the truth might reveal.   (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.  old dude  

 

137,973.  Four days after the disaster the first surveys of the wreck are made.  (Ship & Disaster)  ibid.    

 

 

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