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UK Navy's HMS Ocean to assume duties of fleet flagship
Powered by two Crossley Pielstick 16 PC2.6 V 200 medium-speed diesel engines, HMS Ocean can cruise at a maximum speed of 16k, and has a range of 8,000 miles. The 203m-long warship is designed to accommodate approximately 1,100 people, can ...
Queen rededicates HMS Ocean into Royal Navy service
Powered by two Crossley Pielstick 16 PC2.6 V 200 medium-speed diesel engines, HMS Ocean can cruise at a maximum speed of 16k, and has a range of 8,000 miles. The 203m-long warship, which is designed to accommodate approximately 1,100 people, ...
UK Royal Navy's RFA Fort Victoria completes £50m refurbishment
Powered by two Crossley-Pielstick diesel engines, the 204m-long transport vessel has a beam of 30m and displaces 31,565t. It cruises at a maximum speed of 22k. The RFA provides the Royal Navy with seaborne aviation training facilities and logistical ...
Royal Navy's HMS Ocean completes engineering sea trials
Powered by two Crossley Pielstick 16 PC2.6 V 200 medium-speed diesel engines, HMS Ocean can cruise at a maximum speed of 18k, and has a range of 8,000 miles. The 203m-long warship, which is designed to accommodate approximately 1,100 people, ...
HMS Ocean begins sea trials
HMS Ocean is powered by two Crossley Pielstick 16 PC2.6 V 200 medium-speed diesel engines. The vessel can cruise at a maximum speed of 18k with an 8,000m range.

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