A new dock designed to bring the ocean’s busiest waterways into the modern era has gone on sale in the United States.
The $400-plus dock, which is the world’s smallest, is expected to open later this year.
It features a wide berth with a large berth and an open berth, which allows a ship to dock anywhere on the ship.
The dock is capable of holding 2,000 tons and can hold up to 2,500 tons.
The company that designed the dock, Oceanic Marine Systems, said it has worked closely with the Department of Transportation to make sure the product meets safety and environmental standards.
The vessel is also equipped with two additional watertight compartments to store extra fuel, water, and equipment.
The new dock was designed to be modular, meaning it can adapt to any vessel that can accommodate it.
It is expected that this new dock will be the first in the world to be sold in the U.S. Oceanic said it expects to sell approximately 400 of the ships in its fleet.
Oceanus says it has already sold more than 40 ships, but is aiming for about 1,000 in total by the end of this year, with the rest coming online by 2019.
The shipping company has said it hopes to start shipping containers and other cargo in 2018.
In addition to the $400-$500 dock, it is also planning a new vessel that it says will hold 1,500, but the company says it expects that number to grow.