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The vehicle carrier Hual Tracer.

The vehicle carrier Hual Tracer.
The vehicle carrier Hual Tracer.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: N34920
Description: The vehicle carrier 'Hual Tracer', a typical cargo RO-RO (roll on, roll off) vessel. These handle imports of cars and other vehicles. They have a vehicle deck instead of a cargo hold, and the vehicles are driven on through a door in the bow or rear.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 1981
Credit line: National Maritime Museum
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