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Matthew C. Kennedy

DP I Editor I Director

Fram

The world’s most adventurous cruise ship fights through the ice-choked fjords of Greenland to visit a spectacular collection of wildlife and icebergs.

Tonsberg

The world’s largest roll-on/roll-off vessel races against the clock to load and transport luxury cars, SUVs and construction equipment across the Atlantic Ocean.

Maersk Viking

One of the world’s most advanced drill ships builds an oil well more than 2,000 metres below the waterline in the Gulf of Mexico..

North Sea Giant

One of the world’s largest subsea construction vessels set out to build a massive natural gas compression station, 300 metres underwater.

 

 

North Sea Giant

One of the world’s largest subsea construction vessels set out to build a massive natural gas compression station, 300 metres underwater.

Mighty Ships Season 9

Camera Operator: Matthew C. Kennedy

 

Mighty Ships is a documentary television program produced by Exploration Production Inc. in Canada and aired on Discovery Channel Canada and also broadcast around the world. Each episode of the series follows a particular sea-going vessel and provides an insight into the ship and its crew.

Discovery’s original Canadian series MIGHTY SHIPS returns for a dramatic ninth season. Produced by Discovery’s in-house production unit, Exploration Production Inc. (EPI), and seen in more than 150 countries around the world, the long-running Canadian series sets sail on a new high-stakes voyage, taking viewers on the journey and below the surface to explore places and technologies that are usually off-limits to land lovers.

From the largest hospital ship on the planet to a longline fishing vessel to an expedition cruise ship, the six-episode season gives unprecedented see-all, hear-all access to everything above and below deck, following the captains, engineers, and able seamen into the heart of the most sophisticated ships ever built.

Executive Producer: Karen McCairley
Series Producer: Richard Martyn
Line Producer/Production Manager: Douglas Thompson