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History Of The Oil Tanker - Supertanker Era
... the World War II era was 532 feet (162 m) long and had a capacity of 16,500 DWT ... crude carrier (ULCC) can be 1,300 feet (400 m) long and have a capacity of 500,000 DWT ... Soon, Panamax tankers were built, soon followed by Aframax and Suezmax tankers because of economics ...

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