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Prelude FLNG unloads gas from a conventional-sized tanker during systems tests earlier this year. Photo: Shell Australia

Watch Lego Masters Build The World’s Most Complicated Ship

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January 23, 2022

Back in 2013 Samsung Heavy Industries launched the world’s most complicated ship, Shell Prelude, a 93 metres high behemoth designed to draw gas from under the sea bed and refine it aboard the ship. The massive ship – which cost more than $17 Billion to build, is six-times heavier than the world’s biggest aircraft carrier, and nearly 500 meters long – is impressive but almost as interesting is the “miniature” 5-meter replica built by craftsmen at the Australian lego workshop Brickman.

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