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Photographer:eckhard uhrbrock [View profile]Title:Sea SliceAdded:May 09, 2019
Captured:April 29, 2019IMO:9113252Hits:1,207
Location:Esbjerg, Denmark
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
Esbjer 29.4.2019
Vessel Identification
Name:Sea Slice
Former name(s):
- Slice (Until 2001)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:249 tons
Summer DWT:50 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1997
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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George.Schneider on Jun 09, 2019 04:20 (2 months ago)
Perhaps she is still under conversion. Her existing structure wasn't intended to be practical. Unfortunately, she had one major flaw: with so little underbody, she couldn't carry much of a variable "Payload." That would affect her practicality as a windfarm support vessel as well.
She's a follow-on to the SWATH concept, the Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull, so I asked what "slice" meant. The official answer was "Nothing. It just sounded good."
Steven Collingwood on May 10, 2019 07:09 (3 months ago)
Originally was a research ship for the US Navy
Steven Collingwood on May 10, 2019 07:08 (3 months ago)
Originally was a research ship for the US Navy
Emmanuel.L on May 10, 2019 04:27 (3 months ago)
It looks like something out of a James Bond film.What was her original function?
thanks for sharing
Dеnis on May 09, 2019 19:10 (3 months ago)
Already being scrapped? What about "conversion to a wind farm support vessel by Advanced Offshore Solutions ApS" ?
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