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Question 1:
What country owned the Knock Nevis?
M.V. Dutch Tanker & Oil Company Ltd., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Greek Tanker Shipping Co, Piraeus
First Olsen Tankers Pte. Ltd.
Tankers Pacific Management

Question 2:
What was the Knock Nevis known as?
1972-1991: Royal Viking Star
1988-1999: Royal Viking Sun
1991u20132004 Jahre Viking
Sverre Viking

Question 3: After clearing Indian customs, she was intentionally beached in India for ________.
WasteRecyclingGadani ship-breaking yardShip breaking

Question 4: Knock Nevis was renamed Mont, and reflagged with ________, for a single voyage to India in January 2010 where she will be scrapped.
CanadaSierra LeoneMauritiusSouth Africa

Question 5: She was previously a ________ and was the longest ship ever built, as well as possessing the greatest deadweight tonnage ever recorded.
Bulk carrierTank shipLNG carrierOil tanker

Question 6: [9] Damaged during the Iran–Iraq War while transiting the Strait of Hormuz,[16] she was declared a total loss and laid up in ________.
MalaysiaBruneiPapua New GuineaCambodia

Question 7: Ltd.,[2][2] renamed Knock Nevis, and converted into a permanently moored storage tanker[9][15][18] moored in the Qatar Al Shaheen oil field in the ________.
Persian GulfAtlantic OceanCaspian SeaIndian Ocean

Question 8: She was photographed beached for scrapping at Alang, ________, on 4 January 2010.
India and the Non-Aligned MovementLok SabhaIndiaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 9: The Knock Nevis is a massive ship, last used as a ________ (FSO).
Semi-submersibleFloating Production Storage and OffloadingCrane vesselOil tanker

Question 10: [15] She had 46 tanks, 31,541 square metres (339,500 sq ft) of deck space, and drew too much water to pass through the ________.
North SeaBaltic SeaCeltic SeaEnglish Channel

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