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Did You Know?
The Lower Columbia river can accept up to fourth-generation container ships (though the latter cannot be fully loaded as their draft would exceed the 43 foot channel depth. The largest container ship, the Emma Mærsk (as of 2010), is over 1,300 feet long, can carry over 15,000 twenty-foot containers, and has a draft of 49 feet when fully loaded.
Data provided are approximations only. Actual sizes, capacities, and weight may vary based on the manufacturer and/or material used. Contact your carrier to determine exact specifications. For more information on intermodal/containerized shipping and its benefits, visit the Container Shipping Information Service.