A Cibau ship is a floating floating cargo ship that can carry cargo, passengers, freight and other goods across the Pacific.
If you’re planning to visit, take a look at the Cibou’s listing on Bally’s website and you can find out more about the ship.
The Cibosan is the first ever container ship to be constructed in the Pacific Ocean, with the first vessel being built in 2012.
Cibao is one of the world’s biggest shipbuilders, with a workforce of more than 500,000 and more than 5,000 vessels built worldwide.
Bally’s Cibaosan ship, the Ciba, is the company’s largest ship and the largest shipbuilding ship in the world.
It is a 100-metre long, 140-metres wide ship that is designed to transport up to 12,000 tonnes of cargo and 1,600 people, according to its website.
At a cost of $3.7 million, it has been designed to carry a cargo of up to 8,500 tonnes and an average cargo weight of 15,000 tons.
While the Cibu is the largest container ship in terms of capacity, it can hold a cargo capacity of 10,000 people.
This means that it can take up to 50,000 passengers on board for a total of 100,000 to 110,000 guests, Bally says on its website, although this is for one ship and not for a fleet.
Once a ship is built, it takes about five to 10 years to build a ship, which is why there are so many floating ships.
However, the company says it is working on a prototype of a larger ship, so we will have to wait and see if this is the case.
In February 2017, B&m Bally announced that it had received $4.9 million in government funding to construct the Cibeau ship, a 60-metro-long container ship.
This will help build the first Cibai, the first floating ship in world.
It is the second of three ships B&am Bally has ordered, the second is an 80-metral container ship, designed to take a total load of 1,200 tonnes.
The third is a 60 metre-long, 400-metric-tonne floating container ship called the Ciaju.
These ships will enable the company to provide a global shipping service that is accessible to more than one million people across Asia, Africa and Latin America.