Where is the USNS Bob Hope?

Where is the USNS Bob Hope?

The vessel is currently at port BREMERTON, US after a voyage of 20 days, 12 hours originating from port NORFOLK, US. USNS BOB HOPE (IMO: 9085297) is a Logistics Naval Vessel that was built in 1998 (23 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of USA.

What is the oldest warship afloat?

The USS Constitution – also known as ‘Old Ironsides’ – was commissioned on 21 October 1797 and remains on the US Navy ship roster with a crew of between 50 and 80 active duty Navy sailors.

Why do ship names have SS?

Ship prefixes used on merchant vessels are mainly to point out the propulsion technique employed in the ship, such as the abbreviation “SS” means “steamship”, indicating that the ship runs on steam propulsion.

What is largest container ship in the world?

OOCL Hong Kong
OOCL Hong Kong It is the largest container ship ever built, with a length of 399.87 metres, a breadth of 58.8 metres and a depth of 32.5 metres. It was christened and delivered in May 2017 and serves the trade lane from East Asia to Northern Europe under the flag of Hong Kong.

How big is the USNS hope?

419 ft 9 in
Hope was one of three hospital ships, the others being USS Comfort (AH-6) and USS Mercy (AH-8), built, commanded and crewed by the Navy for the Army….USS Hope (AH-7)

United States
Displacement 6,000 GRT, 9,800 GRT fully loaded
Length 419 ft 9 in (127.94 m)
Beam 60 ft (18 m)

Are there still dreadnoughts left?

Perhaps all is not lost, however, as there is one British-built pre-dreadnought battleship left in the world. It is the Mikasa, an improved Formidable Class ship built for the Japanese Navy at Vickers shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness and commissioned in 1902.

What kind of ship is the USNS Bob Hope?

USNS Bob Hope (T-AKR 300), first of a class of large, medium-speed, roll-on roll-off (LMSR) vehicle cargo ships for the US Navy. Final vessel of the class, USNS Benavidez (T-AKR 306), during sea trials before delivery in 2003. The rear ramp of USNS Bob Hope (T-AKR 300).

What is the displacement of a Bob Hope class ship?

The Bob Hope Class ships are similar in construction to the Watson Class LMSRs (T-AKR 310 to 317) built at NASSCO in San Diego, except they are diesel powered rather than gas-turbine powered. The full load displacement with crew, supplies, fuel and cargo is 62,000t. The light load displacement is 35,500t.

How much did it cost to build the Bob Hope?

USNS Bob Hope is the lead ship in the new Bob Hope class of sealift ships being built by Avondale Industries. The contract for the lead ship was awarded in September 1993 and called for one ship at a cost of $265 million and included options for up to five additional ships at a total cost of $1.3 billion.

What is the purpose of the Bob Hope LMSR?

The primary mission of the Bob Hope Class LMSRs is to transport shore-based combat equipment and supplies to US forces overseas in support of wartime and humanitarian operations. Operational service of USNS Bob Hope has included the delivery of equipment to the Balkans and to Iraq.