Over the weekend, the Port of Los Angeles welcomed the largest ship that's ever docked in North America, a 1,300-foot-long beast officially named the CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin. Longer than three football fields, NBC4 reports, the ship (part of the French shipping line CMA-CGM) is about a third larger than the biggest ships that usually come into the port. The fact that San Pedro was chosen as the Benjamin Franklin's first stop is significant because it "sends a powerful message that our port stands among the world's greatest," according to Mayor Eric Garcetti (quoted in the port's press release). Just how big is this ship? We've got a few different views and a video to help answer that.