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  • ombugge
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    Note the high side walls on the picture above and here:

    When using this vessel for towing earlier, I used to compare the view from the rig with that of a drydock.

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  • ombugge
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    Winch house and Bridge from aft deck:


    Towing drum and towing wire:


    Spooling device for Towing drum:

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  • ombugge
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    Winch Control at a "sunken" position on the Bridge aft:


    You can see the Ch. Eng. at the winch controls on top, right here:

    Karm roller gog arrangement hanging ready on the left side.

    View of the deck from the winch control position:
    Last edited by ombugge; May 17th, 2012, 09:02.

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  • ombugge
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    Bridge Fwrd. controls:


    Bridge aft controls:

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  • ombugge
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    Some details from an AHTS with a special design. Built in China in 1987 for P&O in Australia, with some innovative features and mostly Norwegian equipment. Previously Lady Gerda belonging to Farstad, Australia, now TAG 11 belonging to TAG Offshore, Mumbai, India.

    Seen here with her sister ship, Lady Cynthia, also sold to TAG:

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  • kiki42
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    Didn't see the thread for Coastguard boats, so adding it to this one

    The Jersey coastguard Duke of Normandy



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  • Sterkoder
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    Hey, what does my eyes spot in the image of post #104 there...?
    On the right edge of the picture is the aft part of Sterkoder yardnr. 190 delivered in August of 2000, then named "Atlantic Dawn", now called "Annelies Ilena".
    It was (and perhaps is?) the largest fishingboat of its type in the world

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  • pilotdane
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    I really like the last photo. I don't know why but in all my time looking at ships through binoculars and my camera lens I never really looked at the life boat and how it's carriage works. The rollers to support and guide the life boat. Now I have to search Youtube for a video of how the carriage moves.

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  • janihudi
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  • janihudi
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    the cranes in a free deck position



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  • janihudi
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    don't get a complete free shot of her,so here she is in parts.

    ''hansa lubeck''



    didn't got a good shot for her bowlines.

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  • pilotdane
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    Yes, that capstan could lift the boats I'm used to sailing.

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  • ombugge
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    Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
    The photo of the capstans really got me. I have no idea how big it is but I am accustomed to seeing them with a handle on top and able to handle 1/2" (12mm) line but I am guessing the one in your photo is much larger.

    Thanks for the pictures.
    Yes much bigger. The hydraulic drive motor sits below deck. Capable of 15 m.t. pull. (That's why you can't see any handle on top)
    The lower part is to fit a wire to aid in handling heavy equipment on deck, or used to lash cargo when under way.

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  • pilotdane
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    The photo of the capstans really got me. I have no idea how big it is but I am accustomed to seeing them with a handle on top and able to handle 1/2" (12mm) line but I am guessing the one in your photo is much larger.

    Thanks for the pictures.

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