Rogue waves are large and spontaneous surface waves that can be extremely
dangerous, even to large ships such as ocean liners. Rogue waves present ...
A rogue wave estimated at 18.3 meters (60 feet) in the Gulf Stream off of
Charleston, S.C. At the time, surface winds were light at 15 knots. The wave was
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Oct 26, 2009 ... A 100' ROGUE WAVE HIT THE OIL TANKER ESSO LANGUEDOC, ANOTHER
SANK THE OIL PLATFORM OCEAN RANGER AND A THIRD ...
To understand what causes a rogue wave, first you must learn a little about
regular waves. Think about waves you're familiar with -- such as the waves you ...
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Oct 6, 2009 ... A collection or rogue waves/freak waves videos. ... If a rogue wave hits the side of
the ship, your f*cked xD. Read more. Show less. Reply 12.
How and when rogue waves form is still unknown and being discovered by
scientists. A few of their causes, however, are thought to include constructive ...
Jan 4, 2011 ... Stories of rogue waves as big as 10-storey buildings appearing out of nowhere
aren't just fishy tales. But, as Andy Ridgway discovers, what ...
Ship-sinking monster waves revealed by ESA satellites. Rare photo of a rogue
wave. 21 July 2004. Once dismissed as a nautical myth, freakish ocean waves ...
Cruise-Ship Disaster: How Do 'Rogue Waves' Work? By Bryan Walsh Thursday,
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Nov 16, 2015 ... It's hard to get a good description, much less a good photo, of a rogue wave
because, by all accounts, they tend to "come out of nowhere.".