VB-10.000

Posted: 28 July, 2011 by SeaBart in ugly
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Dunno source, via the Interwebs

VB-10.000

IMO : ??

Build : 2010 by ?? in the U.S. of A. nr ??

A floating Arc de Triomph? No, not at all….it’s just another floating monstrosity. This one is called the VB-10.000 and is a Heavy Lift Catamaran Barge, or something like that. Especially designed to take platform topsides in one lift she is one hell of a M.F. She is also quite gargantuous, apparently being the tallest “ship” ever build in the New World called U.S. of A. Besides that record she immediately also got the biggest eyesore build in the whole wide world title, and I don’t think you’d be very happy if you received that certificate from the Guinnes Book of World records. But it is truly deserved.

Dunno source, via the interwebs

Another thing I can’t get out of my mind when I see this is one of those baby gym thingies (as pictured below), but then on steroids, plenty of steroids. I don’t wanna be the one raising the baby that fits under this thing.

The VB-10.000 is actually the successor of a similar concept, strangely called the Bottom Feeder: smaller in scale & capacity and also marginally less monstrous.

Dunno Source, via the Interwebs

So, here we are again, the world is a floating monstrosity richer and some people have a hugh toy to play with. Good luck with it & keep it out of my sight.

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Comments
  1. john wells says:

    this is currently working gulg of mexico near ship shoal we passed it yesterday and from a distance it looks like a floating mcdonalds,

  2. SeaBart says:

    A floating McDonalds? wow…..at least its so big you can use it a sail-in!!

  3. tugster says:

    it looks to me to be the bottom half of a “humanoid on skis” figure for a maritime version of burning-man . . .. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burning_Man wanna meet up there?

  4. bowsprite says:

    you win the Best Juxtaposition Prize, always!

  5. Paul says:

    Just entered Pensacola Bay…I found it quite interesting and not at all hideous!

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