This month’s round-up of news reveals a different pattern to usual with just one newbuild tug to report but four significant orders involving nine vessels worthy of examination in more detail.
Designed in Spain and built in Turkey for Italian owners, the recently launched multipurpose escort tug 'Paraggi' is another example of Mediterranean-based tug production activity.
Turkish shipyard Bogazici Denizcilik A.S. has delivered a powerful ASD terminal tug capable of multipurpose duties to SOMAT S.P.A. of Italy, designed by Spanish naval architects Cintranaval-Defcar S.L.
Slovenian tug owner Ocean Koper DOO recently took delivery of a new ASD tug highlighting the increasing contribution to tug construction by Turkish shipyards, in this case from Istanbul-based Bogazici Denizcilik.
Turkish shipbuilders Bogazici Denizcilik has sold two 65 tons bollard pull terminal tugs to Sea Eagles Offshore services of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, in a deal brokered by Marcon International Inc of the USA.
‘Waterchief’, delivered on 21 July by Bogazici Denizcilik Sanayi ve Ticaret AS (Bogazici Shipping), is destined to give owners Kristiansund Taubaat Service AS of Norway a considerable boost in power and ability.
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