Capesize

A large cargo vessel of typically 150,000 tonnes deadweight originally too large to go through the Suez Canal.
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Capesize

Capesize ships are the largest cargo ships; ships which are too large to transit the Suez Canal (Suezmax limits) or Panama Canal (Panamax limits), and so have to pass either the Cape of Good Hope or Cape Horn to transverse between oceans. When the Suez was deepened in 2009, some ships previously unable to transit the canal and deemed capesize chan...
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Capesize

A large cargo vessel of typically 150,000 tonnes deadweight originally too large to go through the Suez Canal.
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capesize

a term used to describe a ship, usually a dry or wet bulker, that is too large to transit the canals and as a consequence must travel via the 'capes', ie Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn.
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