Quite a charming way of introducing yourself.
I do tend to fire back, but I did not set loose the first volley.
Since initial insults have been exchanged, welcome to the pool. Jump in. Water ranges from Polar to sub-sea-thermal-vent. Plenty of room and variation for all.
This is the Ramform Titan:
Gross Tonnage: 20637
Deadweight: 7351 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 104.2m × 70.02m
Year Built: 2013
Largest Ramform, so far, with a larger version supposedly under construction.
The configuration and its extent affords PGS considerable survey flexibility, faster deployment and recovery of the recording gear, and enhanced overall efficiency, with the requisite operational safety. She will typically tow more than 12km² of equipment, encompassing several hundred thousand advanced recording sensors encased in 16 or more cables, each up to 10km in length, suspended 10m-20m below the surface. By installing a 24-reel outfit, the owner has ensured a very high level of operational redundancy as well as increased potential for the future.
The lateral offset of the streamers is achieved by deflectors. Ramform Titan applies the successful deflector handling arrangement used on the preceding S-class.
The sinusoidal waterline makes for stable motion behaviour across the beam, with the proportionally vast back deck ideally suited to the installation, deployment, retrieval and towing of the extensive seismic gear and related equipment, and affording substantial, interior instrument room capacity.