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Photographer:Andreas Schlatterer [View profile]Title:W.B. YeatsAdded:Feb 10, 2018
Captured:February 09, 2018IMO:9809679Hits:2,143
Location:Flensburg, Germany
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
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09.02.2018 Flensburg - the newbuilding W.B. Yeats after fixing the 3 accomodation parts on the ships hull. According local media the schedule sees first sea trials in May this year and delivery of the vessel end of june 2018.
By size she is the biggest vessel ever build by the FSG but Irish ferries already ordered a second one which will be even bigger
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IMO:9809679
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fargon on Feb 11, 2018 01:15 (4 months ago)
Running into a head sea on that ship, would be like running at it with a spoon on your bow. The way that the gingerbread runs down from the deck above makes a perfect scoop.
Tuomas Romu on Feb 10, 2018 21:20 (4 months ago)
The foredeck is at the same level with the aft mooring deck, immediately above the car deck. It doesn't look particularly low to me if you cover the tall deckhouse with your hand - it's probably higher than the minimum bow height determined by the freeboard calculations.
henryed on Feb 10, 2018 19:28 (4 months ago)
I agree Luis. Looks a bit of a mess.
Luis del Fresno Miyar on Feb 10, 2018 18:45 (4 months ago)
Only a naval architect who does not know what a storm is, can designing a ship with such a low bow.
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