Matson debuts new ship Lurline
Captains Paul Schulman and John Bloomingdale look on in front of the Lurline that is docked at Honolulu Harbor on Saturday. Lurline is the largest combination container ship built in the U.S.
A tanker is being maneuvered in Honolulu Harbor so it can leave. The Lurline and another Matson container ship are on the right.
A view from the Lurline's bridge of shipping containers.
Captains Paul Schulman and John Bloomingdale walk aboard the Lurline on the ship's own loading ramp. Vehicles can drive off on it's own ramp and not depend on a pier's loading ramp.
Lurline’s two captains Paul Schulman, left, and John Bloomingdale speak with chairman and CEO Matt Cox on the ship's bridge.
The Lurline is 265 meters long.
Lurline’s Captain Paul Schulman show the spacious stateroom.
Matson chairman and CEO Matt Cox spoke to the media on the ship's bridge.
Matson shipping containers are shown at Honolulu Harbor.
Vehicles are being driven off the Lurline on it's own ramp on Saturday.
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