2. Atlantic Route
(1) Northwest Europe-North America East Coast Route
The route is a transportation route for the exchange of raw materials, fuels and products between the two most developed industrial regions in Western Europe and North America. The two sides have important ports of World Cup/5. The transportation is very busy, and most of the ships are on the North Great Circle route. The area is windy and windy in winter, with dense fog and icebergs, which threaten the safety of navigation.
(2) Northwest Europe, East Coast of North America-Caribbean Route
Most of the Northwest Europe-Caribbean routes cross the North Atlantic after leaving the English Channel. It enters the Caribbean Sea through Mona and Windward Straits along with ships departing from ports on the east coast of North America. Apart from the ports along the Caribbean Sea, they can also reach the Pacific coast ports of the Americas via the Panama Canal.
(3) Northwest Europe, East Coast of North America - Mediterranean, Suez Canal - Asia-Pacific Route
Northwest Europe, North America East Hazard - Mediterranean - Suez Route is the busiest section in the world. It is a shortcut for trade between North America, Northwest Europe and the Asia-Pacific Gulf region. The route usually passes through the terminal on the Azores, Madeira Islands.
(4) Northwest Europe, Mediterranean-South America East Coast Route
The route usually passes through a terminal on the Atlantic island of West Africa, Ghana, Cape Verde Islands.
(5) Northwest Europe, North America East China Sea - Cape of Good Hope, Far East Route
This route is usually the oil route of giant tankers. The Cape Verde Islands and the Canary Islands are the main terminals for ships.
(6) South America East China Sea-Cape of Good Hope-Far East Route
This is a transportation line mainly composed of oil and ore. The route is located in the westerly drifting sea area, with strong winds and waves. Generally, the westbound voyage is northbound and the eastern voyage is southbound.
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