Cruise Ship Passing Through The Corinth Canal - World Record
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Take a look at the majestic MS Braemar, a 72 ft wide cruise ship, passing through the 82 ft wide Corinth Canal.

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The Corinth Canal, though only completed in the late 19th century, was an idea and dream that's dates back over 2000 thousand years.  It was in 67 AD that Emperor Nero attempted the construction of the canal with a group of 6,000 slaves.  But Nero was murdered before the plans were finalized.  The modern Corinth Canal — which is 6.4 kilometers long (4 miles) — was started in 1882 and completed by 1893.  It cuts through the narrow Isthmus of Corinth and separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland, arguably making the peninsula an island.  In 2019, the Fred Olsen-owned ship 'Braemar' set a world record with its inaugural Corinth Canal transit as the longest ship (Length 195 m / 640 ft) ever to pass through this unique waterway.
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