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SR.N4

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What Killed the SR-N4 Ferry Service? #shorts

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SRN4 Hovercraft Arrival Lee-On-Solent 2000

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A Salvage Team Takes Apart a Hovercraft in Record Time

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Hovercraft SR-N4 The Princess Anne

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GIANT HOVERCRAFT SR-N4? #shorts

The SR.N4 hovercraft was a large passenger and vehicle carrying hovercraft built by the British Hovercraft Corporation (BHC). BHC was formed by the merger of Saunders-Roe and Vickers Supermarine in 1966. Work on the SR.N4 began in 1965 and the first trials took place in early 1968. Power was provided by four Rolls-Royce Proteus marine turboshaft engines each driving its own lift fan and pylon-mounted steerable propulsion propeller.
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