Icelandic Coastguard cutter

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    I spotted this impressive and unusual looking ship in Reykjavik harbour today. I've no idea what it is called or its type, maybe a fish head knows what it is. I thought it a little out of the ordinary. Now I wonder if there is a kit of it? WP_20161207_12_41_59_Pro.jpg
     
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    You don't have any pic??
    The curiosity is killing me :)
     
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    Sorry about that. I hope you're not disappointed!
     
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    We used to call any stern working vessel like that a 'flat back', but I think you're after a more accurate answer than that.
     
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