An hilarious story has turned up on WUWT via reader “saveenergy”
I took a peek at which vessel precisely, obviously some great big difficult to handle ship, err no. It’s a tiddler with thrusters, intended for manoeuvrability, close work. (the explanation of what happened is at the end of article)
Photos? You will have to find one yourself, all reasonable ones are copyright, no usage.
“The vessel is capable of serving the offshore industry in various tasks, such as: survey/ROV, seismic, crew change, accommodation, guard, chase [will do 11 knots], support, anti oil spill, seabed sampling and environmental surveillance.”
Nordic Offshore Marine
Slogan “The clever connection”
424 tonnes, is complete with Gymnasium. How about a lookout?
RNLI: “Lytham Lifeboat 3rd Mechanic Jon Trevorrow later said, “The casualty was making a good speed of 9 knots despite a list to port due to the weight of water on board.””