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Ship in Baltic sea wind force 9
 
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Northerly wind force 9 on the Baltic Sea. Strongest winds on the Baltic Sea usually are from the south west. Wind forces 10 and up are quite rare. What we see here is a quite typical winter weather. Severe icing can be expected during freezing temperatures. For reference of wave height and speed: Height from the waterline to cargo hatches 5,5 meters, ships speed 15,5 knots, lenght of the visible deck area 75 meters.
Views: 32756 Scramasax
Baltic Sea Shipping Visualized
 
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A visualisation of Baltic Sea traffic based on regional maritime monitoring conducted by countries in the Baltic Sea region as part of the HELCOM cooperation. Ship movement data is from the regional HELCOM AIS system established in 2005 and administered by the HELCOM AIS Expert Working Group. Accident data is based on the HELCOM accident data collected annually since 1998 as part of the HELCOM MARITIME group activities. Data on illegal oil spills is based on HELCOM fixed wing aerial surveillance flights over the Baltic Sea collected since 1989 and coordinated by the HELCOM working group on aerial surveillance (IWGAS).
Views: 24763 HELCOM Channel
140000 Year Old Alien Ship Found At Bottom of The Baltic Sea?
 
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140000 Year Old Alien Ship Found At Bottom of The Baltic Sea? Swedish explorer Peter Lindberg and his Ocean X Team of marine explorers discovered a truly mysterious object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, later to be likened to the Millennium Falcon. Lindberg’s team describes themselves as treasure hunters and salvage operators who specialize in underwater searches for sunken “antique high-end alcoholic beverages and historic artifacts”. They were on a dive search in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland for an old shipwreck when they discovered the strange object, which is now called the Baltic Sea Anomaly. As they were approaching the object, the side-scan sonar they used to detect the shipwreck stopped working. According to Stefan Hogerborn, a professional diver within the Ocean X team, “Anything electric out there, and the satellite phone as well, stopped working when we were above the object, then when we got away about 200 meters, it turned on again.” According to Ocean X, the anomaly has an appearance of “rough granite” and is round in shape. It is 3 to 4 meters thick and approximately 60 meters in diameter, stands on an 8-meter tall pillar-like feature, and is located at a depth of 85 to 90 meters. It was on their second expedition that the team found something that looks like a staircase and a round black hole which goes directly into the structure. The anomaly is made of metal and is said to be approximately 140,000 years old! Based on that hypothesis, the Baltic Sea Anomaly would have been formed during the Ice Age. A sample recovered by divers found that the object contained limonite and goethite – metals that Israeli geologist Steve Weine claims could not have been naturally reproduced in this form. A counterargument has been served by Swedish geologists Fredrik Klingberg and Martin Jakobsson that the compositions of the samples are not uncommonly found in sea beds and that they can indeed be formed by nature itself. However, sonar devices found drag marks behind the object, and Weiner says according to his tests, the structure is not a geological formation. The stone samples have also been analyzed by associate professor of Geology at Stockholm University, Volker Bruchert, who found that most of the samples were granites, gneisses, and sandstones. He also found a single loose piece of basaltic (volcanic) rock, which is not common to be found on the seafloor, but also not unusual. He claims that these rocks were possibly transported by ice glaciers since the Baltic region is heavily influenced by glacial processes, in which Danish archaeologist Jørgen Dencker also supported this claim. Some claim the object to be a remnant of a World War II Nazi anti-submarine device and considered that it could also be a damaged gun turret from an old battleship. Another claim was that of Göran Ekberg, marine archaeologist at Maritime Museum in Stockholm, who thinks that it was indeed a geological formation. He conceded that the findings are indeed unusual, especially because of its circular shape, but that nature has produced things that were stranger and far more unusual than the Baltic Sea Anomaly. Other experts say that the formation may be a pillow basalt, a moraine, or the product of a hydrothermal vent. But the most controversial claim about the Baltic Sea Anomaly was that it was of alien technology, perhaps, a part of an alien ship that happened to fall into the Baltic Sea. All of the explanations given by different experts seem to contradict each other, and until now, there has been no new information or test results to explain the Baltic Sea Anomaly. Denis Asberg, a member of the Ocean X team, said that they have contacted geologists and marine biologists, who all said that they had never seen anything like the Baltic Sea Anomaly. This has triggered more tests and analyses to be performed by other experts. Since there is really no absolute explanation for the Anomaly and how it could have gotten where it is now, this may remain one of the many enigmas of the world that are beyond human knowledge. Source: https://www.beyondsciencetv.com
Views: 3279 Alien Blog
Raw Video: Ships Stuck in Ice in Baltic Sea
 
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A passenger ferry with nearly 1,000 people on board broke free early Friday from heavy pack ice that had trapped it for hours in the Baltic Sea of Sweden's east coast. Dozens of other ships remained stuck and awaiting assistance. (March 4)
Views: 236924 Associated Press
New Baltic Sea UFO Anomaly Evidence Found 2017 Update
 
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The Mystery Beneath (Baltic Sea UFO Documentary) | Timeline
 
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Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK The most exciting underwater story of the modern age On June 19th 2011 the Swedish-based diving company Ocean Explorer discovered something extraordinary. They were exploring in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland, looking for sunken treasures when a very unusual image suddenly appeared on the sonar. A 197ft diameter cylindrical object was discovered at the depth of approximately 275 feet, something they had never seen before. In this documentary special, we follow the treasure hunters and their crew on their expedition to reveal what could be the most extraordinary discovery in deep sea ever. We share the tension, the excitement and the nervousness that threats – both known and unknown – may be enforced. There is reason to believe that their ship is under surveillance. Using advanced equipment - ROW cameras, sonar pictures and human divers, we discover that the findings really are something very strange and incredibly unique. Content licensed from Digital Rights Group (DRG). Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] Produced by Titan Television
Wreck removal Baltic Ace - Smit Salvage
 
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Extended version with voice over. On 5 December 2012, the car carrier Baltic Ace sank with more than 1,400 cars on board after a collision with a container ship near the entrance of the main shipping lane leading to Rotterdam port. Rijkswaterstaat contracted Boskalis and its partner Mammoet Salvage for the wreck removal operation.
Views: 4359044 SMIT Salvage | Towage
Russian Fly-By: Su-24 jets buzz US Navy ship in Baltic sea
 
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Too close for comfort? Russian Su-24 jets buzz USS Donald Cook. The planes made 20 passes of the US Navy ship, according to officials, passing within 1,000 yards at an altitude of just 100ft. The American ship had just left the Polish port of Gdynia and was in the Baltic Sea about 70 nautical miles off Kaliningrad RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 552875 RT
Ship in storm. Baltic Sea M/S Romantika 08.01.18
 
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Stockholm - Riga
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Battle of Baltic Sea (1916) Pillau Area - Russia vs Germany
 
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With your donations I can get more time to create and upload new videos. https://paypal.me/YTmustbefunny Please support my channel and subscribe. Thanks. :) Cut from Russian movie "Адмиралъ" (The Admiral) 2008.
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US Navy Ship Encounters Aggressive Russian Fighter Jets in Baltic Sea
 
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TEC DIVE in Baltic Sea on ferry ESTONIA   tribute to 852 souls
 
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MS Estonia, previously Viking Sally (1980–1990), Silja Star (1990–1991), and Wasa King (1991–1993), was a cruise ferry built in 1979/80 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The ship sank in 1994 in the Baltic Sea in one of the worst maritime disasters of the 20th century. It is the second-deadliest European shipwreck disaster to have occurred in peacetime and the deadliest peacetime shipwreck to have occurred in European waters, with 852 lives lost. The Estonia disaster occurred on Wednesday, 28 September 1994, between about 00:55 and 01:50 (UTC+2) as the ship was crossing the Baltic Sea, en route from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm, Sweden. Estonia was on a scheduled crossing with departure at 19:00 on 27 September. She had been expected in Stockholm the next morning at about 09:30. She was carrying 989 people: 803 passengers and 186 crew. Most of the passengers were Scandinavian, while most of the crew members were Estonian (several Swedish passengers were of Estonian origin). The ship was fully loaded, and was listing slightly to starboard because of poor cargo distribution. At about 01:20 a weak female voice called "Häire, häire, laeval on häire", Estonian for "Alarm, alarm, there is alarm on the ship", over the public address system, which was followed immediately by an internal alarm for the crew, then one minute later by the general lifeboat alarm. The vessel's rapid list and the flooding prevented many people in the cabins from ascending to the boat deck. A Mayday was communicated by the ship's crew at 01:22, but did not follow international formats. Estonia directed a call to Silja Europa and only after making contact with her did the radio operator utter the word "Mayday". In English, the radio operator on Silja Europa, chief mate Teijo Seppelin replied: "Estonia, are you calling mayday?" After that, the voice of third mate Andres Tammes took over on Estonia and the conversation shifted to Finnish. Tammes was able to provide some details about their situation but due to loss of power, he could not give their position, which delayed rescue operations somewhat. Some minutes later power returned (or, somebody on the bridge managed to lower himself to the starboard side of the bridge to check the marine GPS, which will display the ship's position even in blackout conditions), and the Estonia was able to radio their position to Silja Europa and Mariella. The ship disappeared from the radar screens of other ships at around 01:50, and sank at 59°23′N 21°42′E in international waters, about 22 nautical miles (41 km; 25 mi) on bearing 157° from Utö island, Finland, to the depth of 74 to 85 metres (243 to 279 ft) of water. According to survivor accounts the ship sank stern first after taking a list of 90 degrees.
U.S. Navy ship encounters aggressive Russian aircraft in Baltic Sea
 
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A United States Navy Destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft on April 11 and 12. USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship. On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous, close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the Allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship’s commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area. On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship’s commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook’s commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional. We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries, and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death. U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions, while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.
Views: 878426 U.S. Navy
Divers find centuries-old shipwrecks in the Baltic Sea
 
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New shipwrecks, including one possibly dating back to the 14th century, have been found at the bottom of the sea as part of a project to open a new maritime museum in Stockholm (Treasures of the Baltic Sea). READ MORE: https://www.thelocal.se/20180126/swedish-divers-find-two-new-incredible-shipwrecks-in-the-baltic-sea VIDEO: The Swedish National Maritime Museums
Views: 3061 The Local
Baltic Sea Diving
 
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Starting from Lithuania, the City of Klaipeda we where glad to see some exhausting wrecks like the german battleship friedrich karl, which sunk in the first world war and an unknown streamliner from the 19th century, basically untouched. watch the video in 4k resolution and enjoy!
Views: 11146 Divevideode
Baltic sea winter navigation
 
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Winter 2017, Bay of Bothnia, Baltic sea. Arrival to ice covered area. Meeting icebreakers Oden and Polaris. During mild winters like this one, the south westerly winds tend to pack the ice to the most northern part of Bay of Bothnia. Therefore areas around Kemi 1 lighthouse are very difficult to penetrate even for the strongest ships without icebreaker assistance. Usually Ice class 1A or higher (Finnish/Swedish) or equalent is required for entering the areas. Ice thickness of 70-100cm is common. Packed ice and ridges may result in ice thickness of several meters in some places. Several icebreakers operate in these areas and ships are guided to predefined routes for possible later assistance. Check out Polaris making "summer conditions" for the assisted vessel in the video!
Views: 23006 Scramasax
CARGO SHIP AND THE BALTIC SEA IN WINTER 2011  •  Helsinki - Gdansk - Rostock - Helsinki  (HD1080p)
 
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Rahtilaiva jäisellä Itämerellä helmikuussa 2011. Reitti: Helsinki - Gdansk - Rostock - Gdansk - Helsinki. Onko tämä jääkenttien kauneus katoavaista "taidetta" kotimerellämme. Siihen ehkä pitää varautua. Pieni "taidenäyttely" videon toisella puoliskolla.
Views: 7743 Kauko Helavuo
140,000 Year Old ALIEN SPACESHIP Found At Bottom of Baltic Sea?
 
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THIS 200ft wide object 300ft below the Baltic, with its ‘staircase leading to a dark hole’, has baffled oceanographers since its discovery in 2012. Dubbed the “Baltic Sea Anomaly”, the structure looks like the Millenium Falcon from Star Wars. It was discovered five years ago by Swedish treasure hunters, Ocean X team, led by Peter Lindberg, its captain, and his co-researcher Dennis Asberg, The Sun reports. They used a side-scan sonar and found something strange 91 metres below the surface of the water.
Views: 7884 Ancient Mysteries
Raw: Ancient Ship Carving Found in Baltic Sea
 
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A figurehead from a 15th century ship has been raised to the surface of the Baltic Sea off the coast of Sweden. Divers surfaced with the wooden sea monster on Tuesday. (Aug. 12) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
Views: 5757 Associated Press
Kiel - Baltic Sea Cruise Ship Destinations | Discover Germany
 
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Kiel, the capital of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, is an ideal place to start and end a cruise. Some 130 cruise ships stop here annually. The show is pretty impressive when the enormous ocean liners come into Kiel and dock right near the center of the city. Discover Germany homepage: http://www.dw.de/program/discover-germany/s-7856-9798
Views: 26776 DW News
Viking Baltic Sea Cruise 2017
 
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In May of 2017 my husband and I took a two week cruise on the Baltic Sea with stops in the ports of Stockholm, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn (Estonia,) Gdansk, Warnemünde (Germany,) Copenhagen, Ålborg (Denmark,) Stavanger, Eidfjord, and Bergen. I took more than 500 pictures of these fascinating cities, and include a great number of them in this video, set to music.
Views: 4412 L. M. Beyer
Ship Simulator Maritime Search & Rescue | Baltic Sea Rescue!
 
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Views: 2587 Spammals
U.S. Navy ship encounters aggressive Russian aircraft in Baltic Sea
 
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A United States Navy Destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft on April 11 and 12. USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship. On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous, close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the Allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship’s commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area. On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship’s commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook’s commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional. We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries, and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death. U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions, while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.
Views: 348137 U.S. Navy
During the storm on Baltic Sea...
 
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Big ship jumping like a small one... Interesting part - after 1:08...
Views: 5857 Andrei Javorski
14-Ship Formation Over Baltic Sea | B-52, Eurofighters, Saab Gripens, & F-16s
 
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14 aircraft from 4 nations forming up behind a KC-135 over the Baltic Sea during the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2016 exercise. Aircraft include one USAF B-52, four USAF F-16s, two German Eurofighters, two Polish F-16s, and four Swedish JAS 39 Gripens.
Views: 2134 US Military Update
Cargo Ship rolling at the Baltic Sea and North Sea
 
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Cargo Ship rolling almost 30 degree at the Baltic Sea and North Sea. Underway from Raahe in Finland to Antwerp in Belgium.
Views: 5331 ShipsNL
Russian Navy escorts US destroyers that entered Baltic Sea!
 
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The Russian Navy escorts US destroyers entering the Baltic Sea. The Corvette of the Baltic Fleet escorts the Gravely destroyers and US Porters, which have entered the Baltic Sea, the Russian National Defense Management Center told reporters on Monday. "The Baltic Fleet forces are guarding US Navy's Gravely and Porter guided missile destroyers, which have entered the southern part of the Baltic Sea waters," the center said. Boiky and Soobrazitelnyy corvette of the Russian Navy are monitoring the activities of US warships. On Saturday, the Russian Black Sea Fleet began monitoring the movements of US missile destroyer USS Donald Cook, which had entered the Black Sea. The Black Sea Fleet Pytlivy guard ship tracks the movements of US ships. #russiannavy #russianships #USnavy #USships #military #balticsea #navy
Views: 45145 New Military Update
Aerial view of China-Russia joint naval drills on Baltic Sea
 
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Aerial view of Chinese and Russian forces conducting joint naval drills on the Baltic Sea.
Views: 7830 New China TV
What We Really Found At Baltic Sea ? Their Technology is Superior!! Truth is Scary!
 
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Attention to all investigators!! Anything electric out there and the satellite phone as well stopped working when we were above the object!! This thing is not from this world!! The Baltic Sea Anomaly is perhaps one of the most mysterious underwater discoveries in recent years. My Copyright Disclaimer: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use Unseen Horrors Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 553886 Corsair TR
The Baltic Sea Anomaly | UFO At The Bottom Of The Sea
 
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The baltic sea anomaly | UFO at the bottom of the sea. The Baltic Sea anomaly is a 60-metre diameter circular rock-like formation on the floor of the northern Baltic Sea. It was discovered by Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åsberg and their Swedish "Ocean X" diving team in June 2011. To date, we have explored less than five percent of the ocean. The ocean is the lifeblood of Earth, covering more than 70 percent of the planet's surface, driving weather, regulating temperature, and ultimately supporting all living organisms. Studies suggests there are as many as eight undiscovered whale and dolphin species, 10 undescribed marine reptiles, and thousands of sponges, crustaceans, algae, plants, and other species still to be found. The average depth of the ocean is about 12,100 feet. The deepest part of the ocean is called the Challenger Deep and is located beneath the western Pacific Ocean in the southern end of the Mariana Trench, Challenger Deep is approximately 36,200 feet deep. So with this knowledge we should keep an open mind about what could be laying at the bottom of the sea.
Views: 69283 Unexplained Mysteries
Cruising Viking Line ferries in the icy Baltic sea.
 
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Passenger/car ferries traveling baltic sea between Sweden and Finland in the frosen baltic sea.
Views: 69319 TrukKuskers
U.S. Navy ship encounters aggressive Russian aircraft in Baltic Sea
 
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A United States Navy Destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft on April 11 and 12. USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship. On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous, close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the Allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship’s commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area. On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship’s commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook’s commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional. We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries, and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death. U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions, while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.
Views: 680613 U.S. Navy
U.S. Navy ship encounters aggressive Russian aircraft in Baltic Sea
 
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A United States Navy Destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft on April 11 and 12. USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship. On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous, close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the Allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship’s commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area. On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship’s commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook’s commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional. We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries, and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death. U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions, while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.
Views: 271604 U.S. Navy
Russian navy warships shadow & intercept two US navy destroyers entered Baltic Sea
 
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Russian navy warships shadow & intercept two US navy destroyers entered Baltic Sea - Russian warships have been deployed to shadow two U.S. Navy destroyers operating in the Baltic Sea, it has been reported. Two Russian corvettes, the Boykiy and Soobrazitelny, of the Baltic Fleet have been escorting the USS Porter and USS Gravely, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense. Last week the USS Gravely, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, was spotted passing through the Danish straits and approaching the Baltic sea, according to the Daily Star. A picture showing the destroyer pulling into Copenhagen, Denmark, was tweeted by the U.S. Navy, who said the ship was there "for a scheduled port visit." Today USS Gravely entered the Baltic Sea alongside the USS Porter under escort by Russia, whose Kaliningrad enclave hosts its main naval base in the region, Baltiysk. "The forces of the Baltic Fleet took Gravely and Porter, the destroyers of the U.S. Navy that entered the southern part of the Baltic Sea, under escort. Russian Navy corvettes Boiky and Soobrazitelny are monitoring the actions of the U.S. ships," the Russian National Defence Management Centre said Monday. Capable of carrying up to 56 Tomahawk missiles, the destroyers are the latest U.S. Navy warships to sail near Russia's territorial waters in an apparent show of force. The U.S. military and NATO allies have stepped up their presence in northern and eastern Europe, deploying troops, aircraft and warships to those areas, and in turn, heightening tensions with Russia. Meanwhile in the Black Sea, U.S. guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook is being monitored closely by Russian warships after arriving in the region over the weekend. Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/USMilitaryNewsVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos_ Twitter:
Princess Cruises Scandinavia and Baltic Sea Cruise (including St Petersburg) on Regal Princess
 
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Read more, myths, FAQs, reviews and shore guides: https://www.danflyingsolo.com/princess-cruises-11-days-in-scandinavia-st-petersburg-and-the-baltic-sea I'm just back from an awesome 11-day cruise through Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltic Sea with Princess Cruises on Regal Princess. Discover Tallinn, Stockholm, Copenhagen, St Petersburg, Oslo and Helsinki on this epic adventure and see what I thought about the food, facilities and experience of my first ever cruise! *Disclosure: I was a guest of Princess Cruises, all opinions remain my own.
Views: 4836 Dan Flying Solo
Baltic Sea Anomaly Still Baffles Scientists 5 Years Later Sunken Alien Spacecraft UFO Ocean X Team
 
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► Subscribe ► Click that LIKE button ► Twitter http://twitter.com/AcidGlowx ► Instagram https://instagram.com/acidglowx/ Baltic Sea Anomaly Still Baffles Scientists 5 Years Later Sunken Alien Spacecraft Ocean X Team Electronic Equipment malfunctions in its vicinity An unnatural geological formation Article http://www.ancient-code.com/sunken-alien-spacecraft-baltic-sea-still-baffles-experts-5-years-discovery/
Views: 25290 AcidGlow
How cruise ships handle their wastewater in the Baltic Sea
 
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The shipping company Aida Cruises, Ports of Stockholm and the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) show how the wastewater is handled and purified on board cruise ships and in port. Ports of Stockholm can receive wastewater from all cruise ships and at all piers and connect to the city's water treatment facilities. Eight out of ten cruise ships leave wastewater at Ports of Stockholm. Most cruise ships also have their own advanced purification systems on board. CLIA has 98 percent of the world's cruise lines as members.
Views: 11900 Stockholms Hamnar
Missile Launching: Russian Navy drills in the Baltic Sea
 
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The Russian Baltic fleet’s corvette, ‘Soobrazitelny’, successfully tested out its newly fitted anti-aircraft missiles during drills in the Baltic Sea on Thursday. The rockets of the Redut sea-based guided missile complex reached the simulated rival ship during tactical exercises, during which an additional 10 ships and support vessels helped to seal-off the area around the training zone. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic
 
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For 450 years, no one knew where the Swedish warship Mars, named for the Roman god of war, sank in the Baltic Sea. The largest vessel of its time went down in a fierce battle in 1564 with more than 800 people aboard. Its discovery in 2011 yielded an astonishingly well-preserved ship, including the seamen who went down with it. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Legend has it that the ship was cursed because its cannons were made using metal from melted-down church bells. Read more about the Mars and its legend: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/07/140707-mars-shipwreck-warship-baltic-sea-archaeology-science/ Learn more about the Mars discovery and the project to study it: http://www.oceandiscovery.org/?q=mars SENIOR PRODUCER: Jeff Hertrick INTERVIEW VIDEOGRAPHER: Ingemar Lundgren UNDERWATER VIDEOGRAPHY: Ocean Discovery and Deep Sea UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY: Tomasz Stachura EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic https://youtu.be/yCaC5316tRg National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Diving in Baltic sea. Drowned ships. 60 meters depth. Lithuania, ship NZ55
 
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Some footage from last expedition in Baltic sea. In this video you'll find one wooden & one metal drowned ships, resting in total dark of Baltic sea... Special thanks for sound track CHRIS ZABRISKIE https://soundcloud.com/chriszabriskie
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Ships on The Baltic Sea
 
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I made this video to honour the great ships that sail (or have sailed) on The Baltic Sea. It is also devoted to a very special girl... The song is: 30 Seconds to Mars - Closer to The Edge
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Russian warships scrambled to intercept two U.S. Navy destroyers in Baltic Sea
 
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Russian warships scrambled to intercept two U.S. Navy destroyers in Baltic Sea Last week the USS Gravely, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, was spotted passing through the Danish straits and approaching the Baltic sea, according to the Daily Star. Last week the USS Gravely, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, was spotted passing through the Danish straits and approaching the Baltic sea, according to the Daily Star. Today USS Gravely entered the Baltic Sea alongside the USS Porter under escort by Russia, whose Kaliningrad enclave hosts its main naval base in the region, Baltiysk. "The forces of the Baltic Fleet took Gravely and Porter, the destroyers of the U.S. Navy that entered the southern part of the Baltic Sea, under escort. Russian Navy corvettes Boiky and Soobrazitelny are monitoring the actions of the U.S. ships," the Russian National Defence Management Centre said Monday. Capable of carrying up to 56 Tomahawk missiles, the destroyers are the latest U.S. Navy warships to sail near Russia's territorial waters in an apparent show of force. The U.S. military and NATO allies have stepped up their presence in northern and eastern Europe, deploying troops, aircraft and warships to those areas, and in turn, heightening tensions with Russia. Meanwhile in the Black Sea, U.S. guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook is being monitored closely by Russian warships after arriving in the region over the weekend.
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Cunard "Queen Elizabeth" • Stockholm, Sweden • Baltic Sea Cruise • July 20, 2017
 
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Cunard's cruise liner "Queen Elizabeth" visiting the port of Stockholm, Sweden on July 20, 2017 as part of the 14 night Baltic Highlights Cruise. Views of the passage to and from Stockholm, Gamla Stan (The Old Town), Skeppsbron (Ship's Bridge) waterfront, German Church, Royal Palace, Parliament House, Strömbron (Stream Bridge), Storkyrkan (The Great Church), Riddarholm Church, Stadshus (City Hall), Royal Swedish Opera, Djurgården (Game Park) and Tivoli Gröna Lund amusement park.
Views: 1203 Anthony P. de Held
TEC DIVE in Baltic Sea on ferry ESTONIA
 
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The day after the Baltic ferry Estonia sank on September 28, 1994, Swedish newspapers reported that a "monster wave" was the likely cause of the ferry's sinking. Since then, the official explanations for Europe's worst maritime disaster since World War II have only gotten "curiouser and curiouser." MS Estonia, previously Viking Sally (1980–1990), Silja Star (1990–1991), and Wasa King (1991–1993), was a cruise ferry built in 1979/80 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The ship sank in 1994 in the Baltic Sea in one of the worst maritime disasters of the 20th century. It is the second-deadliest European shipwreck disaster to have occurred in peacetime and the deadliest peacetime shipwreck to have occurred in European waters, with 852 lives lost. The Estonia disaster occurred on Wednesday, 28 September 1994, between about 00:55 and 01:50 (UTC+2) as the ship was crossing the Baltic Sea, en route from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm, Sweden. Estonia was on a scheduled crossing with departure at 19:00 on 27 September. She had been expected in Stockholm the next morning at about 09:30. She was carrying 989 people: 803 passengers and 186 crew. Most of the passengers were Scandinavian, while most of the crew members were Estonian (several Swedish passengers were of Estonian origin). The ship was fully loaded, and was listing slightly to starboard because of poor cargo distribution. At about 01:20 a weak female voice called "Häire, häire, laeval on häire", Estonian for "Alarm, alarm, there is alarm on the ship", over the public address system, which was followed immediately by an internal alarm for the crew, then one minute later by the general lifeboat alarm. The vessel's rapid list and the flooding prevented many people in the cabins from ascending to the boat deck. A Mayday was communicated by the ship's crew at 01:22, but did not follow international formats. Estonia directed a call to Silja Europa and only after making contact with her did the radio operator utter the word "Mayday". In English, the radio operator on Silja Europa, chief mate Teijo Seppelin replied: "Estonia, are you calling mayday?" After that, the voice of third mate Andres Tammes took over on Estonia and the conversation shifted to Finnish. Tammes was able to provide some details about their situation but due to loss of power, he could not give their position, which delayed rescue operations somewhat. Some minutes later power returned (or, somebody on the bridge managed to lower himself to the starboard side of the bridge to check the marine GPS, which will display the ship's position even in blackout conditions), and the Estonia was able to radio their position to Silja Europa and Mariella. The ship disappeared from the radar screens of other ships at around 01:50, and sank at 59°23′N 21°42′E in international waters, about 22 nautical miles (41 km; 25 mi) on bearing 157° from Utö island, Finland, to the depth of 74 to 85 metres (243 to 279 ft) of water. According to survivor accounts the ship sank stern first after taking a list of 90 degrees. https://www.facts-are-facts.com/article/ill-fated-estonia-ferry-used-for-weapons-transfers
U.S. Navy ship encounters aggressive Russian aircraft in Baltic Sea
 
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A United States Navy Destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft on April 11 and 12. USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship. On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous, close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the Allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship’s commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area. On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship’s commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook’s commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional. We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries, and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death. U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions, while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.
Views: 18424 Kumar Subramanian
GOOGLE SEARCH ON 633 FOOT CONTAINER SHIP TO RAISE BALTIC SEA ANOMALY + TITANIC
 
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GOOGLE SEARCH ON 633 FOOT CONTAINER SHIP TO RAISE BALTIC SEA ANOMALY + TITANIC
Russian Navy drills in Baltic sea.
 
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Navy ships conducted exercises on the high seas with the use of cruise missiles. Wacth more - http://rbth.com
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Walking around Norwegian Star Cruise Ship on Baltic Sea
 
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just wandering around several decks of the cruise ship on a trip from Copenhagen to Saint Petersburg, Russia
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Russian jets fly over US Navy ship in Baltic
 
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Russian attack planes flew close to a US Navy destroyer in the Baltic Sea multiple times Monday and Tuesday. The jets flew within an estimated 9 metres over the ship and twice passed below the ship's navigation bridge. US officials said the pilots ignored radio communications. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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