It’s not every day you see a gigantic superyacht weaving through the narrow can…

It’s not every day you see a gigantic superyacht ๐Ÿ›ฅ๏ธ weaving through the narrow canals of the Netherlands. Thankfully photographer Tom van Oossanen was on hand to capture the astonishing scenes as Project 817, a 310-foot vessel built by Dutch shipyard Feadship, was transported from its Kaag Island facility to the North Sea at Rotterdam last week. According to Oossanen, around four to six superyachts are transferred along this route each year before going for sea trials, which usually take place in Amsterdam. “They [the two shipyards] are actually quite far from the North Sea, so in order to transport the yachts to sea, they need to pass a small canal to Rotterdam,” Oossanen explains. “There’s only one way to go.”

(๐Ÿ“ธ: Tom van Oossanen)

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  1. This is incredibly irresponsible do you know the carbon footprint of this super yacht ask John Kerry he has one and heโ€™s the climate czar…


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