Pictures Baltic Ace in Rotterdam

Baltic Ace was a car carrier, a roll-on/roll-off ship designed to transport vehicles in a large, fully enclosed garage-like superstructure running the entire length and width of the vessel. She had eight cargo decks with a minimum free height of 2 metres (6.6 ft). Two decks could be hoisted up to increase the clearance of the decks below to 4.8 metres (16 ft) for large vehicles. Her car capacity was 2,132. The Baltic Ace was 148 metres (486 ft) long and had a beam of 25 metres (82 ft). The ship sank in the North Sea on 5 December 2012 after a collision with the Cyprus-registered container ship Corvus J. At this moment she is laying on pontoon in Rotterdam and Hierendaar made these pictures of the Baltic Ace.

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A Misty Flight with a drone above Rotterdam

In this awesome drone video the Pioneering Spirit, the largest vessel in the world. Designed by Allseas in 1987 it's finally home in the port of Rotterdam. With it's width of 127 meters and a length of 382 meters the Pioneering Spirit covers 8 football fields.

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Awesome drone video abandoned Tropical Indoor Swimming Pool Tropicana

Everybody in the surroundings of the Dutch city Rotterdam knows swimming Pool Tropicana. The pool was closed in 2010 and since then we saw some great pictures of this abandoned tropical indoor swimming pool. Like this gallery from Frans Hanswijk and this gallery from Dutch photographer Rutger Geerling. A couple of months ago we saw this incredible drone video from the flower fields in the Netherlands and the same maker from that video also made this incredible drone video of Tropicana.

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Panorama Photo Abandoned Water Park Tropicana

We already featured two times the Tropical Indoor Swimming Pool Tropicana in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. One gallery was from Frank Hanswijk and the other was shot by Rutger Geerling. The building nowadays is a place where they grow mushrooms for restaurants in the city and there is also a bar. Dutch Photographer Martijn Oorthuis is specialised in making 360 degree panorama pictures and he also did a complete 360 degree Panorama tour of the Abandoned Water Park, which every 80's kid in Rotterdam can remember. So a little trip down memory lane for the People in the Netherlands.

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