-Observers described the splash as similar to a tidal wave.
-It was massive that it looked like a huge wave covering the nearby area.
-The first liquefied natural gas cargo ship got launched last October, 2015.
-During the launching of this ship, a small group of photographers swarmed around the area to document the said event.
-No one expected what will happen next as the two tugboats dragged it down into the water.
-Everyone was in for a memorable experience.
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Greenland is the name given to the newly launched ship that was manufactured in the Netherlands for JT Cement.
After the launch, it embarked on its first journey to Rostock, Germany.
In order to bring the ship in the water, two tug boats got deployed to pull the Greenland down in the water.
When you're going to look at the tug boats, you would wonder how these boats can do it.
However, as small as they seem to be, tugboats were made to do this kind of job. They are tough and powerful.
The big boat was slowly brought in the water by the two small boats. At first, you will feel your adrenaline rising as the operation was quite dangerous.
At a glance, you will think that the ship is going to capsize, but the tugboats are as tough and powerful as they're intentionally made off.
However, a jaw-dropping scene was caught on film when the Greenland starts to slide down in the water.
When it was brought down in the water, it created a sort of tidal wave due to the massive splash it created.
Everyone was a bit frightened not just because of the water splash, but because it seems as if the ship s about to capsize.
It is definitely not an easy job to do.
The most important thing about this kind of event is the successful launching, and that is to bring the ship in the water, and they did.
It's nice to know that this ship is powered by natural gas.