seacat

Waters:Northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Description (in water): Most of these long, gray-blue or greenish fish weigh under ten pounds, but 30- and 40-lb. specimens have been caught. This is a ferocious-looking fish with long, sharp front teeth and a set of back teeth that's built for crushing tough-shelled prey like clams, crabs, and sea urchins. Description (in market): The lean, pearly white flesh has a firm texture and a mild, sweet flavor. The s kin is edible. ...

SeaCat

SeaCat was the marketing name used by Sea Containers Ferries Scotland for its services between Northern Ireland, Scotland and England between 1992 and 2004. The company was originally based in Stranraer later moving to Belfast. The name originates from the use of high-speed catamaran ferries. ==History== SeaCat announced that they would open a ser...
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Seacat

The Short Seacat is a British ship-borne anti-air missile, and is the British Navy's standard short-range anti-aircraft defence. Seacat has a range of 6 km and is guided either optically or by radar. A land-based version was developed during the 1960's for use by the RAF, and designated Tigercat.
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