New Zealand Ferry Rough

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Navy ships in HUGE HEAVY SEAS! (Including some of the WORLD’S BIGGEST WAVES/STORMS ever filmed.)

Navy ships in HUGE HEAVY SEAS! (Video includes some of the WORLD’S BIGGEST WAVES/STORMS ever filmed.) Please of course rest assured that all of these ships and their brave sailors returned safely to port. The wonderful music featured in the video – called “The Maker” – was composed by Mr. Peter McIsaac. And many thanks for visiting our family friendly channel! Our Amazing Planet videos aim to educate, inspire and entertain – with a focus on planet Earth's amazing animals, incredible natural wonders, and breathtaking cultural phenomena! And we'd love to have you as a subscriber!

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KLM Boeing 747-400 "Rocket" Takeoff St Maarten Princess Juliana Airport

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The Cook Straits Interislander ferry from Wellington to Picton underwent an extremely rough crossing in March 2006. Many vehicles were severely damaged but a 1969 VW camper van survived unmarked!

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