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johnnythefox
17-03-2011, 11:37
these are on the mod disposal site :yikes:


Sale by Tender - Type 42 Destroyers x 3
The Disposal Services Authority would like to bring to your attention, the sale by competitive tender of three Type 42 Destroyers, HMS Exeter, HMS Southampton and HMS Nottingham. They are currently classed as Hulks, sound for towing, the purchaser being responsible for verifying safe towing condition.

Displacement: 3600 tons
Estimated Metal Weight: Ferrous - 2260 tons average per ship
Non-Ferrous in hull etc - 128 tons (inc. copper cable ex insulation)
Ballast: Lead - 15 tonnes, Cast Pig Iron - Exeter 64 tonnes, Southampton 77 tonnes, Nottingham 64 tonnes.

Length OA: 125.7m
Draught: 6.7m max, 3.9m mean.
Beam: 14.3m.
Height: 35m keel to topmast.

Engines: Removed.
Generators and Pumps: Generally not maintained or removed.

For more detailed information, please see Annex C under Additional Specifications. Please ensure your bid is compliant with Annex B1.

Please Note: The Green Passport and Asbestos Reports for all three vessels can be obtained from Janet Kynman or Noelle Gardner (see Point of Contact Details below).

resnikov
17-03-2011, 11:47
Dont think I have enough room to store one :p

For something you might have room to keep have a look at http://milweb.net/classifieds.php?type=1 Tank anyone?

ged
17-03-2011, 12:10
Stay away from the Nottingham, she was accident damaged off the coast of Australia a while back. :)

ged
17-03-2011, 12:12
Engines: Removed.
Generators and Pumps: Generally not maintained or removed.

For more detailed information...

Like, er, weapons systems? :yikes:

sandbender
17-03-2011, 12:25
They could be a handy addition to the Sea Shepherd (http://www.seashepherd.org/) fleet. :D

Tengu
17-03-2011, 14:19
yes but they have no engines

and I doubt they convert to sail very well.

Would make nice houseboats though