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Mega Shippers season 1
Mega Shippers season 1 episodes list:
Shipping from England to Baltimore, $34 million of vehicles are to waiting to be moved across the Atlantic, but their ride is running late. In New Jersey, a multi-million dollar convoy of nuclear reactor parts presents unique challenges to the crew.
An $18 million super yacht must cross the Atlantic to get to her winter home in Florida but its hurricane season. In England, the crew needs to get a 20-ton aircraft cabin trainer worth a small fortune to its new home in Africa 7,000 miles away.
Shippers in Virginia have just 17 hours to shift 5,700 tons of cargo onto a barge, but a huge thunderstorm threatens their chances of hitting the deadline. In Florida, one of the world's largest cruise ships needs to restock, but time is running out.
A precocious plan is needed to transport a rig from Texas to an oilfield off the Indian coast; a crew has to lift a 870-ton piece aboard a cargo ship to build a warship.
A nearly $2 billion bridge is being built, and mega shippers need to lift massive sections of the bridge 180 feet above a dangerous river. In Florida, $150 million-worth of yachts need to be moved without a scratch.
A brand-new $33 million helicopter has just come off the production line. But getting it across the Atlantic in pristine condition is no small feat. Meanwhile, a championship rally car needs to be moved across five countries and two seas in just 76 hours.
In Louisiana, 55,000 tons of highly flammable biofuel is destined for a hungry power station over 4,500 miles across the Atlantic. Meanwhile, a $10 million ship loader dangles perilously in the sky. And a faulty radio could doom the whole operation.
A massive airplane is ready for assembly in Alabama, but mega shippers need to move several huge parts from all corners of the globe. Meanwhile, three monster dump trucks need to be moved to the other side of the planet without a scratch.