Uhhh, that's a cross-section of a ship
I'm impressed by a shipyard's ability to dry-dock a cruise ship. I'm also impressed by limousine manufacturers being able to cut, stretch and weld a Town Car.
It never occurred to me that these two pieces of manufacturing prowess could be combined, but several years ago, Hamburg-based shipyard Blohm + Voss—who've been plying their trade since 1877—received a commission to "stretch" a cruise liner. Watch and be amazed as they transform the Norwegian Crown into the Balmoral, the latter ship being 90 feet longer than the former:
Just yesterday I was building a photographer's applebox and could not get two pieces of 3/4" plywood to mate properly at the corners. Now I've watched the video above and I feel deep, deep shame.
The video is courtesy of shooting outfit MK Timelapse, by the way.