Seeing a cruise ship get chopped in half and extended is always so cool

The logic behind these construction projects where a ship gets chopped in half and then extended always seems a little bit like a magic trick. So you’ll chop a floating vessel, plug in a whole part in the middle and then hope it doesn’t sink? Cool! I’m all in for watching as many of these as possible. This video is a timelapse made by MK Timelapse that shrinks the entire 2-month process into a neat little video.

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