We have all seen large ships in the docks or just sailing to their destination. But maybe some of you have asked themselves how did they get it in the water to begin with? This video will bring answers to the curious. The following video is made by a drone, that along with spectators is attending the launch of the “Greenland” , a ship that is designated to carry cement and it is one of the first ever dry cargo vessels with an LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) fuelled propulsion system. This unique design incorporates a pressurized LNG tank positioned in the fore ship. The launch goes without a hitch and the ship splashes water on the adjacent road. One of the coolest features of the launch is probably the fact that the splash is so well calculated that none of the spectators get wet. They predicted that flawlessly.