Have you ever wondered about what happens if a ship accidentally drops the container crate that contains your package at sea? It’s certainly going to be a hassle, considering all of the time and investment you’ve put into waiting for your package to arrive. In this photo, it may look like the containers toppled all the way over. In reality, it didn’t, and only four containers ended up in the water.

Just so you know, cargo ships usually travel 16–25 knots or 29.6-46.3 km/h. They are classified into seven categories, specifically for their sizes: ultra-large, New Panamax, Post-Panamax, Panamax, feedermax and, feeder and small feeder. When it comes to the biggest container ship in the world, according to Tracking Docket, HMM Algeciras by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries takes the crown.