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Last year, 7,500 oceangoing ships and barges passed through the delta en route to river ports as far north as Minneapolis.
More than half a dozen cruise lines that market to North Americans are rolling out new oceangoing ships in 2018.
Since there is far less oceangoing traffic, fewer obstacles, and more straight line of travel, you might be tempted to assume that a self-piloting ship would be easier to engineer than an autonomous car.
Confidence is high Rolls-Royce believes that the first of these ships with reduced crews and remote support will be in operation by 2020, and fully unmanned oceangoing ships could launch by 2035.
With a fast-growing economy and straddling oceangoing trade routes to much of Asia, Malaysia could be a crucial partner to any effort to isolate North Korea.
How can two oceangoing vessels collide in the seemingly limitless expanse of the sea?
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