The Minimo is the world's largest ship, which is registered in Nimbus Calc. The ship is so large that it was designed to be able to split up into five ships upon arrival at its destination. It was recently announced that a Minimo II would be designed.

There are over 100 Minimo ships now in operation. Most of these ships are only able to travel within one ocean, as they are too large to go through most canals.

Regular Destinations

The ship was is owned by the Delongo Ministry Shipping Group, and it was constructed by Nimbus. It regularly ships goods from Nimbus Calc.

  • South Blix (South Island Port, Southern Blix Harbour Port)
  • Foxton
  • West Blix (West-end Port)
  • South Matewood (South River Port III)
  • New London (Sasin City's Angelina Port)
  • Rupertland (Atlantic Ocean Port IV)
  • Mindon
  • Nouvelle Montreal Nord
  • Sienfield
  • London (River Thames)
  • Southampton
  • Halifax
  • Quebec City
  • Montreal
  • New York City
  • Boston
  • Baltimore
  • Miami

Bi-Annual Trips

Often, these are cities located too far away to be on a regular schedule.

  • Havana
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Buenos Aires
  • Bilbao, Spain
  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Nice, France
  • Naples, Italy
  • Alexandria, Egypt
  • Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
  • Cape Town, South Africa

Irregular Trips

  • Dubai
  • Mumbai
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • Manila
  • Guangzhou
  • Taiwan
  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
  • Busan, South Korea
  • Tokyo
  • Vancouver
  • San Francisco
  • Lima, Peru