Ships and more ships. . .what's the biggest you remember?

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When I was a young boy, I once was taken on a tour of 1 of the WWII Battleships. I don't remember which, just that it seemed to go on forever.
 
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Executor obviously as I'm an SW fan, on the thumbnail as well. As a second one, the kilrathi dreadnaught from WC3. That looked pretty damn big as well although I can't remember the size that was given.
 
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Vorlon Planet Killer or Shadow Death Cloud. They never showed them side by side. :) They are both significantly bigger than the Death Star.

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Vorlon Planet Killer
 

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Now, after watching the video, which left out my two choices, I will note that some of those are not ships, but stationary. :)

They also missed Traveller, which surprised me. :) I did expect to see the Tigress.
 

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uh... Unicron from the Transformers Movie is described as "Planet Sized" and he was preeety big.

Other than that unspecified, other than all the big destroyers in Star Wars, maybe SpaceBall One? Maybe in MegaMaid configuration?

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dZveoBfiww
 

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I'd go with Halo, but I'm not sure if it counts... Also can't remember whether it was self-propelled or not. I think it'd at least be capable of turning on it's own.

Then there have also been one or two huge colony ships in Doctor Who, not sure of their exact size but one was large enough that, once it was stuck in an anomaly, time was flowing at vastly different rates at the fore and aft.

EDIT: Looked it up, it's Mondasian colony ship, 400 miles long and 100 miles wide. And it wasn't an anomaly, but a black hole.
 
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