Focus on Tug and Salvage Operations
Baird Maritime continues its monthly focused coverage of developments in the world of tugs and salvage operations. These two key segments of the maritime industry deserve mention as they are continually evolving to address a growing number of requirements from a growing number of customers around the globe.
Tugs • Towboats • Pusher Tugs • ATBs • Salvage • Autonomy • Marine Environment
This month’s highlighted vessels represent a small but diverse sample of the newbuild deliveries within these two segments that feature regularly on our pages. Two tugs are Canadian-designed, Turkish-built vessels for customers in Chile and Kenya. One is a Chinese-built inland tug whose area of operations encompasses the Yangtze river. Lastly, a new pushboat has been placed into service by a US operator along the ever busy Mississippi River.
The tug and salvage world is steadily growing, and readers are assured that Baird Maritime will continue to feature new developments within these segments over the coming days.
- Green Wave – Plimsoll Marine’s heavy duty pusher tug built for Mississippi River sailings
- Zhen Gang Tuo 6001 – Powerful inland tug to serve China’s Zhenjiang Port
- Mwokozi II – Harbour assist and salvage tug for Kenya Ports Authority
- Saam Halcon III – Canadian-Turkish partnership delivers newbuild to Chilean towage operator
News and Gear:
- Keel laid for new tug for Irish Mainport Holdings
- Japanese-designed ammonia-fueled tug to serve Port of Yokohama
- Australian port operator commences court proceedings over collision that sank two tugs
- Port of Antwerp’s future hydrogen-fueled tug floated out
- Tug sinking off southern Italy leave three dead; two others missing
- Second tug in series for French Navy floated out
- Dutch firm unveils new multi-role pusher tug design
- Five rescued from listing cargo ship off Honshu, Japan
- Work Boat World Tug and Salvage Vessel Orders and Deliveries Roundup – May 13, 2022
Recent Important Features:
– “These remarkable vessels have everything needed in the way of deck equipment, electronics, firefighting equipment, and safety gear to perform every imaginable role required of modern tugs.”
– “The challenge was to build a tug with that size, but with a greater number of roles compared to a simple mooring boat.”
– “One of these requirements was to have good seakeeping and performance in open water and at the same time the best possible icebreaking capability.”
– “The tug is capable of towing operations whether from the rear or alongside, pushing operations, and deep-sea towing from the rear.”
Remember to come back every day to see the latest news, opinion and vessel reviews!
Call for content!
Any news or views about the global tug and salvage sectors? Send it through to [email protected] ASAP (between now and May 27), so we can add it to this current edition of Tug and Salvage Week!
We are after:
- Vessels – Orders, new deliveries, under construction
- Gear – Latest innovations and technology in the tug and salvage sector
- Interviews – Owners, operators, builders, designers, etc.
- Reminiscences – Do you have any exciting, amusing or downright dangerous anecdotes from your time in the tug and salvage world? (example here)
- Other – Any other relevant news
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