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Random information on the term “Ship”:
A high-speed craft (HSC) is a high-speed water vessel for civilian use, also called a fastcraft or fast ferry. The first high-speed craft were often hydrofoils or hovercraft, but in the 1990s catamaran and monohull designs become more popular and large hydrofoils and hovercraft are no longer built.Most high-speed craft serve as passenger ferries, but the largest catamarans and monohulls also carry cars, buses, large trucks and freight.
In the 1990s there were a variety of builders, but many shipbuilders have withdrawn from this market so the construction of the largest fast ferries, up to 127 metres, has been consolidated to two Australian companies, Austal of Perth and Incat of Hobart. There is still a wide variety of builders for smaller fast catamaran ferries between 24 and 60 metres.
Hulled designs are often powered by pump-jets coupled to medium-speed diesel engines. Hovercraft are usually powered by gas turbines or diesel engines driving propellers and impellers.
Random information on the term “SEND”:
Send is the tenth studio album by the English rock group Wire, released in 2003. It was their first recording as a 4 piece since Manscape (1990) and the first full-length release by any incarnation of the group since 1991. The album contains seven songs previously released in 2002 on the EPs Read & Burn 01 and Read & Burn 02, and four songs exclusive to this release.
Mojo ranked Send at 10 on their best albums of 2003 list. The album also scores 84/100 on Metacritic, signifying “universal acclaim”.
All tracks are written by Wire.
Initial mail-order copies of the album came with a bonus live album WIRE – Metro, Chicago, 14th September 2002. It was reported that this inclusion came about due to concern being raised at the fact that the majority of Send had already been available on the group’s two Read & Burn EPs. The live album later became part of the Wire Legal Bootleg series in 2010 as Legal Bootleg Series: 14 Sept 2002 Metro, Chicago.