I've been thinking about this for a while, could a US Navy carrier enter the Baltic Sea?

We seen them sail under the Golden Gate Bridge, which is said to have a clerence of 67 meters below it. Somehow I imagine that the Golden Gate could have a larger clearence due to how much the level of the sea changes in that place.

The Great Belt Bridge who links together Denmarks islands have a clearence of 65 meters which is 2 meters less than in San Francisco.

A new Ford class carrier is suposed to be 250 feet tall with a 39 feet draft which leaves 211 feet which translates to 64.3 meters. According to this it should be okay, but I'm not sure those numbers are 100% accurate.

It would be really interesting to see what you guys think about this. I remember Oasis of the Seas passing under the brodge in the middle of the night at full speed, and that ship was 65 metes high with the exhaust pipes lowered down.

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We seen them sail under the Golden Gate Bridge, which is said to have a clerence of 67 meters below it. Somehow I imagine that the Golden Gate could have a larger clearence due to how much the level of the sea changes in that place.

The Great Belt Bridge who links together Denmarks islands have a clearence of 65 meters which is 2 meters less than in San Francisco.

A new Ford class carrier is suposed to be 250 feet tall with a 39 feet draft which leaves 211 feet which translates to 64.3 meters. According to this it should be okay, but I'm not sure those numbers are 100% accurate.

It would be really interesting to see what you guys think about this. I remember Oasis of the Seas passing under the brodge in the middle of the night at full speed, and that ship was 65 metes high with the exhaust pipes lowered down.

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