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    As I said earlier, a comprehensive history of the Smit tugs. But sad that only the one remains.
    Ivy

    "To thine own self be true.......
    Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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    • ombugge
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      Especially sad when you have visited or worked with all of them, as I have.

    • janihudi
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      i have only visit the ''smit Rotterdam'',even better,i had visit her in her Smit livery. (pics placed on CVF)
      i had seen the ''smit singapore'' in smit livery
      can't remember me seeing the ''smit london'' or the ''smit houston'' in what livery
      i had seen the ''smit new york'' in ''hu an '' livery

      and i had seen the 2 Wijsmuller tugs,for sure in there last orange livery.can't remember there wijsmuller livery seen

    A 874 ex LINGE and A 875 ex REGGE former Royal Netherlands Navy tugs are sold tot a British company.


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      A 871 NOORDZEE 9705249 leaving Den Helder to practice and test the new boat.
      Last edited by Jack Mulder; July 10th, 2016, 21:12.

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        Photo: tug ms Courbet
        Harlingen 19-11-2011
        IMO: 8111506 MMSI: HO4924 356395000 call sign: flag: Panama [PA] AIS Type: Tug Gross Tonnage: 467 displacement: 220 t Length Overall Breadth Extreme: 39.87 m × x 11.05 m year built: 1983

        Regards Germen

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          A 872 WADDENZEE 9705251 second Hybride tug owned by the Royal Netherlands Navy.
          Last edited by Jack Mulder; July 10th, 2016, 21:11.

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            A 873 ZUIDERZEE 9705263 third and last DAMEN ASD 2810 build for the Royal Netherlands Navy.

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              COASTAL POWER 2718596

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                GAR 02508946 during a visit at Den Helder.
                Ex: PICOR 2003138, ELTA and DOLFIJN;
                Owner:
                D. Uitzetter in Amsterdam;
                Build: 1921 by Rijnstroom NV in Leiden;
                Lxwxd: 16.17 x 3.50 x 1.80;
                Engine: 150 hp Werkspoor.





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                  BERNARDUS 9668025 allongside at shipyard Damen BV at Den Helder.

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                    The first of 4 large Long haul towing vessels fore Alp Maritime has been delivered: https://gcaptain.com/new-long-haul-t...-bollard-pull/
                    Impressive specs, with 310 m.t. Continuous Bollard Pull and a range of 45 days at full speed.

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                      ''stril challenger'' inbound for Rotterdam with in tow ''prospecter 1''



                      best regards Thijs

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                        the tugs ''smit cheetah'' and as it seems another smit tug,though red ,taken over the rig



                        best regards Thijs

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                          ''sd rebel'' on her way to the rig



                          best regards Thijs

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                            ''sd rebel'' together with the ''smit schelde'' (already red) as steering and braking tugs

                            best regards Thijs

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                              Ah, how I'd love to have seen that operation. Really interesting.to watch, Thijs.
                              Ivy

                              "To thine own self be true.......
                              Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                              • janihudi
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                                it's Always nice how they hook up a vessel, for memorylane,go back to the tread of a day on a harbourtug.
                                such a great day
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