Category:IMO 8753196

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Ocean Odyssey (es); オーシャン・オデッセイ (ja); Ocean Odyssey (fr); 海洋奧德賽 (zh-hant); Ocean Odyssey (pl); «Odyssey» (nb); Ocean Odyssey (nl); Odyssey (ru); 海洋奥德赛 (zh-cn); Оушън Одиси (bg); Odyssey (pt); Odyssey (en); Odyssey (lv); 海洋奥德赛 (zh); 海洋奥德赛 (zh-hans) plataforma de lanzamiento de vehículos espaciales (es); plateforme de lancement spatiale appartenant à Sea Launch (fr); mobile marine spacecraft launch platform operated by Sea Launch (en); kuģis (lv); платформа используемая в качестве стартового комплекса в проекте "Морской старт" (ru); schip (nl) オデッセイ (衛星発射船) (ja); L/P Odyssey (fr); 奧德賽海上發射平臺 (zh-hant); 奥德赛海上发射平台 (zh-cn); 奥德赛海上发射平台 (zh-hans); Ocean Ranger II, Ocean Odyssey, Odyssey Launch Platform, L/P Odyssey, IMO 8753196, LP Odyssey (en); Ocean Odyssey, Odyssey Launch Platform (lv); 奥德赛海上发射平台 (zh); Платформа Одисей (bg)
mobile marine spacecraft launch platform operated by Sea Launch
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Instance ofsemi-submersible platform,
launch pad (1997–),
oil platform (1983–1997)
Call sign
  • ELTA7
Owned by
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Port of registry
Country of registry
Service entry
  • March 1983
Installed capacity
  • 9,280 kilowatt
Gross tonnage
  • 36,436
  • 67 m
  • 133 m
Maximum capacity
  • 68
33° 44′ 41.56″ N, 118° 13′ 31.124″ W
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  • IMO Number: 8753196
  • MMSI Number: 636010468
  • Callsign: ELTA7
  • Shipyard: Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Oppama Shipyard, Yokosuka, Japan
  • Built: 1982
  • Launched: March 1983
  • Ship type: Satellite launch platform (previously, drilling platform)
  • Length: 132.9 metres (436 ft)
  • Beam: 67 metres (220 ft)
  • Empty draft displacement: 27,000 metric tonnes (30,000 short tons)
  • Submerged draft displacement: 45,900 metric tonnes (50,600 short tons)
  • Crew: 68
  • Flag: Monrovia, Liberia
  • Home port: Long Beach, California


  • 1982: Built at Sumitomo Heavy Industries Oppama Shipyard, Yokosuka, Japan.
  • 1982: Named Ocean Ranger II during construction, renamed Ocean Odyssey.
  • 1983: Launch as a North Sea drilling platform.
  • 1988: Suffered well blowout, causing damage to vessel. Berthed at Dundee, Scotland.
  • 1993: Bought by Kværner for Boeing and the Sea Launch consortium, renamed L/P Odyssey.
  • 1995-1997: Refit into satellite launch platform.
  • 1999: First satellite launch.


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