|Identification:||IMO number: 5261037|
|Type:||offshore patrol vessel|
|Displacement:||910 long tons (925 t)|
|Length:||208 ft 11 in (63.68 m)|
|Beam:||33 ft (10 m)|
|Draught:||18 ft (5.5 m)|
|Speed:||18 knots (21 mph; 33 km/h)|
|Sensors and |
|Aircraft carried:||One helicopter|
ICGV Óðinn is a decommissioned offshore patrol vessel formerly operated by the Icelandic Coast Guard. She is the oldest ship in the coastguard's fleet, and it is believed that her Burmeister & Wain engines are the only such engines that are still serviceable in the world today. Since her withdrawal from active duty, she has served as a floating exhibit at the Vikin Maritime Museum in Reykjavík Harbour. The engines are maintained, and still operative as of June 2011.
ICGV Óðinn was used as scenery in the film Flags of Our Fathers, when it was filmed in Iceland the summer of 2005. She rescued one of the landing boats used in the film, as it was about to be thrown into a cliff.
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