Correction: It was the Yamato vs 11 fleet carriers and around 400 Aircraft and it still took them 3 waves of separate attacks to finally sink the yamato.Meh, while it had some crazy guns and was an engineering marvel, it was completely worthless and got it's ass kicked hard by airplanes. If anything, it showed how dead battleships were. Case in point: it didn't even make it to Okinawa which it was sent to on a one-way trip to defend.
Formula Jet Sprint Boats... god i love these things...
I live about an hour uprivier from Astoria (Oregon side) and Cape Disappointment (Washington side). Those waves get quite crazy.Finally Coast Guard Motor Lifeboats are insane
You may note that the Apache is a tail-sitting aircraft, so if you did try to land it on that yacht it would fall backwards into the sea.When I buy a yacht, I'm going to make sure there's room for an apache gunship.
But with a more epic yacht. You will DEFINITELY get noticed when you arrive.
how do you achieve this without taking the whole ship apart?Seriously guys? No love for Christina O the first mega-yacht in the world? She started out life as a Canadian frigate, was converted by Onassis to be his personal yacht. Upon his death he willed the ship to the Greek government to use as the Presidential yacht, but the ship was "misplaced" and floated with a few other surplus ships for years. She was rediscovered, bought back by a friend of the Onassis family, restored, converted from steam to diesel and is now sailing again.
They probably did have to cut into the hull or the deck to do the work. Be interesting to see exactly how they did it but most likely they had to eventually open up the deck to get the steam turbines and boilers out.how do you achieve this without taking the whole ship apart?