VIDEO: World’s Largest RoRo Ship - Mark V class

By Curious

Mark V class ships, operated by Wilh. Wilhelmsen are the most sophisticated ships ever constructed in the roll-on roll-off segment.
With a length of 265 meters the Mark V-class ships are the largest of its kind, and offer a cargo volume of 138,000 cubic meters over 6 fixed and 3 hoistable decks. The pioneering roll-on/roll-off ship is constructed at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Nagasaki, Japan.
The company of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA and its partner Wallenius Lines have ordered 4 Mark V-class ships from the Japanese shipyard in total. Until now 2 of these vessels have already been delivered. The company launched into operation the 1st of this type of mega-ships, MV Tonsberg, at its 150th anniversary in 2011, while the 2nd mega-ship, MV Parsifal, was launched in the following year.
Here is a video of the largest RoRo vessel of the world: