IN PICTURES: The strangest looking ship...ever!

The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vessels.
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess
The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vess

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The Ramform Atlas is one of the strangest-looking ships ever built. She is one of two new vessels in the Ramform Titan class of 3D seismic survey vessels belonging to Petroleum Geo-Services, an Oslo-based seismic data acquisition company.

Another two sister ships will be delivered this year.



Her unique design was developed with one single purpose in mind – collecting the maximum amount of seismic data quickly, safely and reliably.



The ‘Ramform’ hull shape, first developed in 1995, features a vast aft for installing and towing seismic equipment. The Ramform Titan class, the largest Ramform vessels yet, are designed with a 70-meter beam and 24 reals for a capacity of up to 22 streamers.

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