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  • ombugge
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    View of the bridge from the Bow:


    Windlass with Mooring drums:


    Tugger winch:

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  • ombugge
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    View of the work deck, winch house and Superstructure from aft:


    View of the Bridge from Aft:


    Karmfork Chain/Wire stoppers in raised position:

    The rusty part of the deck is just a wear plate to protect the actual deck from damages when handling heavy anchors etc. (No need to wast paint as it will be worn off after a few anchors have been pulled on deck)

    Karmforks and Guide Pins (Two sets):


    This one is equipped with hydraulic Quarters Pins to stop the towline or chaser wire from slipping too far to the side:


    Deck Crane in operation:

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  • ombugge
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    View of Superstructure:


    Pakarang View:


    Reverse Pakarang:

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  • ombugge
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    Details of another AHTS, the Toisa Dauntless.
    Built in China in 2007, IMO No. 9307322.

    Arriving at Eastern Working Anchorage, Singapore, 08. March, 2013:


    At anchor at Eastern Anchorage:




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  • ombugge
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    POSH Commander seen at Batu Ampar Anchorage, Batam, 15.03.2013.
    Pakarang view:


    Preparing to handle anchors for the Kan Tan IV, at Batu Ampar Anchorage, Batam, 16.03.2013:










    POSH Commander towed the Kan Tan IV from Batam to a drilling location in the South China Sea, off China.

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  • ombugge
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    Bridge - Fwrd. controls:


    Aft Controls, Centre panel:


    View of deck and winch from Aft maneuvering position:


    Winch Control:


    View of winch and deck from Winch Control position:


    DP-2 Consols:


    Sorry, no Engine Room views from this vessel.

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  • ombugge
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    Towing and Anchor Handing Winch:


    Tugger winch:


    Crane on Stbd. cargo rail:


    Triplex Chain/Wire stopper in locked position:


    FRC in single point Davit:
    Last edited by ombugge; April 7th, 2013, 09:56.

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  • ombugge
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    View of the deck and Superstructure from aft:


    View of the Bridge from the Bow:


    Windlass and Mooring drum:

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  • ombugge
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    Closer look at the bow and Superstructure:




    The Pakarang view:


    And the reverse Pakarang:

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  • ombugge
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    Another fairly new Offshore Vessel, the AHTS POSH Commander.
    Built in Japan, 2011. IMO No. 9514286 if anybody wants more details.

    POSH Commander seen at Jurong West Anchorage, Singapore 05. March, 2013:






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  • wherrygirl
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    Will someone add a few more weeks to the year (without shortening one's lifespan!) so that I have time to study things? I have merely flicked through this thread because I'm trying to find one I was looking at last night and where I have a question to ask. But I'll say this - it's good to be able to see on board these ships and get some idea of what makes them tick. I'll try to get back so as to enjoy these comprehensive photos. Many thanks, Ombugge, they're much appreciated.

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  • ombugge
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    Detail of Propeller with Mewis Duct and the Rudder of a medium size Container Feeder:

    The "Merkur Tide"

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Thank you very much. Its so interesting to get a look in all these new vessels and for the explanation on the pictures. Please do not stop this wonderful thread. :-D

    Matthias

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  • Tommi
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    Thank you very much for the report. Even this time I learned some stuff from your text and pictures, "voice powered phone" to take one example.

    The "Viking Fighter", spotted by sterkoder yesterday must be a sister ship? http://www.captainsvoyage-forum.com/...893#post104893

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  • janihudi
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    thanks Ombugge for showing us the parts we never wil see.
    with al those computer screens to look at ,they hardly have the time to look out the windows,but that again on the screens they will see that anorther vessel is coming from the right.

    what is a dacon scoop?

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