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Seaconger



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Sietas type 20 coaster NAUSICA/ imo5223671 at our gravel pit lake.
· Date: Tue, 5 May 20 · Views: 251
· Filesize: 41.2kb, 104.6kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 708 ·
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stein
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Registered: November 2006
Location: Norway
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Tue, 5 May 20 17:56

Quite realistic, looks like a real ship that has drastically shrunk.
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Seaconger

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Registered: May 2010
Location: Rendsburg/ Holsteinland
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Fri, 8 May 20 09:52

Hello stein,
glad you like it;-)

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leander
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Registered: January 2008
Posts: 367
Fri, 8 May 20 13:32

I am interested to know why a number of coasters/cargo ships have such a break of forecastle like that therefore having a lower freeboard in the first hatch area? Thanks in advance.
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makko

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Registered: July 2006
Location: Mexico City
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Fri, 8 May 20 13:52

Interesting question, Leander!

From a purely "empirical" point of view, looking at the model vessel, I would point out the large number of scuppers abaft the No.1 hatch. I assume that the lower level of the deck and hatch is designed to "break" a big greenie enveloping the fokky head. That way, the wave could not run down the length of the main deck (No.2 - Aft) which would affect the stability (free surface effect). Just a thought.......
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leander
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Sun, 10 May 20 14:16

Your theory makes a lot of sense. Thanks again. Good model well done.
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