List of largest container ships

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This is a list of container ships with a capacity larger than 20,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU).

Container ships have been built in increasingly larger sizes to take advantage of economies of scale and reduce expense as part of intermodal freight transport. Container ships are also subject to certain limitations in size. Primarily, these are the availability of sufficiently large main engines and the availability of a sufficient number of ports and terminals prepared and equipped to handle ultra-large container ships. Furthermore, some of the world's main waterways such as the Suez Canal and Singapore Strait restrict the maximum dimensions of a ship that can pass through them.

In 2016, Prokopowicz and Berg-Andreassen defined a container ship with a capacity of 10,000 to 20,000 TEU as a Very Large Container Ship (VLCS), and one with a capacity greater than 20,000 TEU as an Ultra Large Container Ship (ULCS).[1]

In August 2021, the record for most containers loaded onto a single ship is held by the Ever Ace, which carried a total of 21,710 TEU of containers from Yantian to Europe.[2]

As of January 2024, the record for the largest container ship is held by MSC's Irina-class with the capacity of 24,346 TEU.

Completed ships[edit]

# Built Name Length overall Beam Maximum TEU GT Operator Flag Image Ref
(m) (ft) (m) (ft)
1 2023 MSC Irina 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [3][4]
2023 MSC Loreto 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [3][5]
2023 MSC Michel Cappellini 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [6]
2023 MSC Mariella 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia
2023 MSC Micol 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [7]
2023 MSC Türkiye 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,346 233,328 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [8]
2 2023 OOCL Spain 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [9][10]
2023 OOCL Piraeus 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [11]
2023 OOCL Turkiye 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [12]
2023 OOCL Felixstowe 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [12]
2023 OOCL Zeebrugge 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [13]
2023 OOCL Gdynia 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [14]
2024 OOCL Valencia 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [15]
2024 OOCL Abu Dhabi 399.9 1,312 61.3 201.1 24,188 235,341 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [16]
3 2023 ONE Innovation 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia [17][18]
2023 ONE Infinity 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia
2023 ONE Integrity 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia
2023 ONE Inspiration 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia [19]
2023 ONE Ingenuity 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia [20]
2023 ONE Intelligence 399.95 1,312.2 61.4 201.4 24,136 235,311 ONE (Japan)  Liberia [21]
4 2023 MSC Tessa 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [22][23]
2023 MSC Celestino Maresca 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [24][25]
2023 MSC Gemma 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [26]
2023 MSC Mette 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [27]
2023 MSC Claude Girardet 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [28]
2023 MSC Nicola Mastro 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [29]
2023 MSC China 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [30]
2023 MSC Raya 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,116 230,757 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia
5 2022 Ever Alot 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,004 236,228 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [31]
2022 Ever Apex 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,004 236,228 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [32]
2022 Ever Aria 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,004 236,228 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [33]
2022 Ever Atop 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,004 236,228 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Singapore [34]
2022 Ever Acme 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 24,004 236,228 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [35]
6 2021 Ever Ace 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [36][37]
2021 Ever Act 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama
2021 Ever Aim 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama
2021 Ever Alp 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama
2022 Ever Arm 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Taiwan
2022 Ever Art 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,992 235,579 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Taiwan
7 2020 HMM Algeciras 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [38][39][40]
2020 HMM Copenhagen 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Dublin 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Gdansk 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Hamburg 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Helsinki 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Le Havre 399.9 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,964 228,283 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
8 2020 HMM Oslo 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,820 232,311 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Rotterdam 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,820 232,311 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Southampton 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,820 232,311 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM Stockholm 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,820 232,311 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
2020 HMM St Petersburg 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,820 232,311 HMM (South Korea)  Panama [39]
9 2019 MSC Gülsün 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [41]
2019 MSC Samar 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [42]
2019 MSC Leni 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [43]
2019 MSC Mia 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [44]
2019 MSC Febe 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [45]
2020 MSC Ambra 399.9 1,312 61.5 202 23,756 232,618 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [46]
10 2023 Berlin Express 399.9 1,312 61 200 23,664 229,376 Hapag-Lloyd (Germany)  Germany [47]
2023 Manila Express 399.9 1,312 61 200 23,664 229,376 Hapag-Lloyd (Germany)  Germany [48]
2023 Hanoi Express 399.9 1,312 61 200 23,664 229,376 Hapag-Lloyd (Germany)  Germany [49]
2024 Busan Express 399.9 1,312 61 200 23,664 229,376 Hapag-Lloyd (Germany)  Germany [50]
11 2019 MSC Mina 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,741 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [51]
2019 MSC Isabella 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,741 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [52]
2019 MSC Arina 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,741 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [53]
2019 MSC Nela 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,741 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [54]
2019 MSC Sixin 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,741 MSC (Switzerland)  Panama [55]
2021 MSC Apolline 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,786 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [56]
2021 MSC Amelia 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,786 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [57]
2021 MSC Diletta 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,786 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [58]
2021 MSC Michelle 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,786 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [59]
2021 MSC Allegra 399.8 1,312 61.0 200.1 23,656 228,786 MSC (Switzerland)  Liberia [60]
12 2020 CMA CGM Jacques Saadé 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [61]
2020 CMA CGM Champs Elysées 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [62]
2020 CMA CGM Palais Royal 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [63]
2020 CMA CGM Louvre 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [64]
2021 CMA CGM Rivoli 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [65]
2021 CMA CGM Montmartre 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [66]
2021 CMA CGM Concorde 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [67]
2021 CMA CGM Trocadero 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [68]
2021 CMA CGM Sorbonne 399.9 1,312 61.3 201 23,112 236,583 CMA CGM (France)  France [69]
13 2017 OOCL Hong Kong 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [70]
2017 OOCL Germany 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [71]
2017 OOCL Japan 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [72]
2017 OOCL United Kingdom 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [73]
2017 OOCL Scandinavia 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [74]
2018 OOCL Indonesia 399.9 1,312 58.8 193 21,413 210,890 OOCL (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong [75]
14 2018 COSCO Shipping Universe 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [76]
2018 COSCO Shipping Nebula 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [77]
2019 COSCO Shipping Galaxy 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [78]
2019 COSCO Shipping Solar 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [79]
2019 COSCO Shipping Star 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [80]
2019 COSCO Shipping Planet 400.0 1,312.3 58.6 192 21,237 215,553 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [81]
15 2018 CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupéry 400.0 1,312.3 59.0 193.6 20,954 219,277 CMA CGM (France)  France [82]
2018 CMA CGM Jean Mermoz 400.0 1,312.3 59.0 193.6 20,954 219,277 CMA CGM (France)  Malta [83]
2018 CMA CGM Louis Blériot 400.0 1,312.3 59.0 193.6 20,954 219,277 CMA CGM (France)  Malta [84]
16 2017 Madrid Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [85]
2017 Munich Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [86]
2017 Moscow Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [87]
2017 Milan Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [88]
2017 Monaco Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [89]
2018 Marseille Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [90]
2018 Manchester Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [91]
2018 Murcia Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [92]
2018 Manila Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [93]
2018 Mumbai Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [94]
2019 Maastricht Maersk 399.0 1,309.1 58.6 192 20,568 214,286 Maersk (Denmark)  Denmark [95]
17 2017 MOL Truth 399.0 1,309.1 58.0 190.3 20,182 210,691 ONE (Japan)  Panama [96]
2018 MOL Treasure 399.0 1,309.1 58.0 190.3 20,182 210,691 ONE (Japan)  Panama [97]
18 2017 MOL Triumph 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,170 210,678 ONE (Japan)  Marshall Islands [98]
2017 MOL Trust 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,170 210,678 ONE (Japan)  Marshall Islands [99]
2017 MOL Tribute 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,170 210,678 ONE (Japan)  Marshall Islands [100]
2017 MOL Tradition 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,170 210,678 ONE (Japan)  Marshall Islands [101]
19 2019 Ever Glory 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,160 219,775 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Liberia [102]
2019 Ever Govern 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,160 219,688 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [103]
2019 Ever Globe 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,160 219,775 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [104]
2019 Ever Greet 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,160 219,688 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [105]
20 2018 Ever Golden 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,079 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [106]
2018 Ever Goods 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,079 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [107]
2018 Ever Genius 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,400 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [108]
2018 Ever Given 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,079 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [109]
2018 Ever Gifted 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,352 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Singapore [110]
2019 Ever Grade 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 219,158 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Panama [111]
2019 Ever Gentle 400.0 1,312.3 58.8 193 20,124 217,612 Evergreen (Taiwan)  Liberia [112]
21 2018 COSCO Shipping Taurus 399.8 1,312 58.7 193 20,119 194,864 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [113]
2018 COSCO Shipping Gemini 399.9 1,312 58.7 193 20,119 194,864 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [114]
2018 COSCO Shipping Virgo 399.9 1,312 58.7 193 20,119 194,864 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [115]
2018 COSCO Shipping Libra 399.7 1,311 58.7 193 20,119 194,864 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [116]
2018 COSCO Shipping Sagittarius 399.7 1,311 58.7 193 20,119 194,864 COSCO (China)  Hong Kong [117]

Ships on order[edit]

Delivery Operator Number Maximum TEU Source
2023 Mediterranean Shipping Company 4x Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding
4x Jiangnan Shipyard
2x Yangzijiang Shipbuilding
24,232 [118][119]
2023 Ocean Network Express 6x Imabari Shipbuilding and Japan Marine United 24,000 [120]
2023 Seaspan ULC 2x 24,000 [121]
2022 Evergreen 6x Samsung Heavy Industries 23,992 [122][123]
2022 Evergreen 4x Jiangnan Shipyard
4x Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding
24,004 [124][122]
2023 Hapag-Lloyd 12x Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering 23,500+ [125][126]
2023 OOCL 6x Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering
6x Dalian COSCO KHI Ship Engineering
23,000 [127][128]

Container loading records[edit]

Date of departure Ship TEU Port Destination Ref.
14 February 2024 One Infinity 22,206 Singapore Rotterdam [129]
14 January 2024 One Intelligence 22,202 Singapore Rotterdam
31 December 2023 One Inspiration 22,159 Singapore Rotterdam
21 December 2023 One Ingenuity 22,071 Singapore Rotterdam
14 December 2023 One Innovation 22,000 Singapore Rotterdam [130]
13 November 2023 One Integrity 21,954 Singapore Rotterdam
14 August 2021 Ever Ace 21,710 Yantian Rotterdam [2]
8 April 2021 CMA CGM Jacques Saadé 21,433 Singapore Le Havre [131]
12 October 2020 CMA CGM Jacques Saadé 20,723 Singapore Le Havre [132]
8 May 2020 HMM Algeciras 19,621 Yantian Rotterdam [133]
28 July 2019 MSC Gülsün 19,574 Tanjung Pelepas Algeciras [134]
1 June 2019 Monaco Maersk 19,284 Tanjung Pelepas Rotterdam [135]
11 February 2019 MOL Tribute 19,190 Singapore Southampton [136]
August 2018 Mumbai Maersk 19,038 Tanjung Pelepas Rotterdam [137]

See also[edit]

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