|HODOR in Elliott Bay|
Be sure to note the chopper on board.
July 11, 2020
My "most unusual" spotting from home in 2020.
In the distance ... Bainbridge Island, WA
Spotting record from MarineTraffic ...
Pretty cool YouTube - Timelapse HODOR Construction ... (3 min 15 sec via YouTube)
Launched in 2019 by Spanish shipyard Astilleros Armón, luxury support catamaran HODOR measures 66.2m/217ft and has plenty of onboard storage space for such additions as a submarine, decompression chamber, helideck and a range of tenders and motorised water toys. A pair of MTU engines of 2.832 kW provides a cruising speed of 13.2 knots, a maximum speed of 22.5 knots and a range of 5,500 nautical miles at an economical speed of 13.2 knots. The catamaran hull provides fuel savings of up to 40% and draws from 160,000 litres of diesel fuel.
Another YouTube featuring the HODOR ... (4 min 35 sec via YouTube)
Screenshots from Super Yacht Times website. ...
I would say the HODOR is the most unusual vessel I've spotted in 2020. Would you be interested in chartering the HODOR? If so, perhaps you would take me along.
Adding a link for Michelle's Thankful Thurday, December 17
Thankful Thursday fits in perfectly with my end-of-the-year posts because they are basically all about things I've been thankful for in 2020. Thank you, Michelle, for hosting.