RMAS Goosander (A164)

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Career (United Kingdom)
Name: RMAS Goosander (A164)
Builder: Robb Caledon Shipbuilders[1]
Launched: 1973[1]
General characteristics
Class and type: Wild Duck-class salvage vessel
Displacement: 900 Gross Tons [1]
Length: 58 m[1]
Beam: 12 m[1]
Draught: 4 m[1]
Complement: 58[1]

RMAS Goosander (A164) was a mooring, salvage and boom vessel of the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service. She saw service in the Falklands War. She has a sister ship, RMAS Pochard, and was built by Robb Caledon Shipbuilders in Leith.

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