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  1. ARGUS

    ARGUS

    S/S Argus (built 1923, Orlogsværftet, Copenhagen), yard no. 138. Lighthouse inspection vessel. Call sign: NJFR / OWLB / OUEJ, Tonnage: 609 Grt. Owners: Danish Ministry of the Navy - Lighthouse & Guard Service, Copenhagen Rebuilt to motor vessel in 1952, Diesel electric operation. Sold and broken up
  2. ARGUS

    ARGUS

    Barque ARGUS Call sign: HSGL Class: A1 Nationality: Norway Shipyard Name: Trydes Verft, Grimstad Build year: 1894 Tonnage Gross tonnage: 614 Net tonnage: 561 Dimensions Length: 152,6' Beam: 33,2' Draft: 15,5' History 7/1894: K.J. Nielsen m.fl., Lyngør, Risør - ARGUS 6/1903: K. Jensen m.fl., Bor
  3. RFA Argus

    RFA Argus

    RFA Argus resting after returning to Falmouth from the Baltic. Still carrying a Merlin Mk4 on the after spot.
  4. RFA Argus

    RFA Argus

    RFA Argus slipping out of Falmouth today 3rd April 2019. Assisted on the bow by Fowey based tug Cannis, at the stern Ankorva and Percuil.
  5. RFA ARGUS

    RFA ARGUS

    Argus undergoing refit at Falmouth.
  6. ARGUS

    ARGUS

    Portuguese cod fisherman. Sadly seems to be in real trouble, laid up in Aveiro, Portugal. See this interesting history of the cod boats, some very beautiful vessels.
  7. ARGUS

    ARGUS

    Portuguese cod fisherman. See this interesting history of the cod boats, some very beautiful vessels.
  8. Argus

    Argus

    In the 1960's Rotterdam ship towage tugs tended to be powerful compact vessels such as the Argus seen at Vlaardingen in 1962.
  9. Argus

    Argus

    RFA Argus gives a good demonstration of ship handling skills as she leaves Falmouth's County wharf without the use of Tugs ( although all three tugs secured forward & aft, they remained slack warped throughout her exit).
  10. Argus

    Argus

    RFA Argus gives a good demonstration of ship handling skills as she leaves Falmouth's County wharf without the use of Tugs ( although all three tugs secured forward & aft, they remained slack warped throughout her exit).
  11. Argus

    Argus

    RFA Argus gives a good demonstration of ship handling skills as she leaves Falmouth's County wharf without the use of Tugs ( although all three tugs secured forward and aft, they remained slack warped throughout her exit).
  12. RFA Argus

    RFA Argus

    Stern tug passed towing warp to RFA Argus, not many RFA's have such a handy quarter deck height!
  13. RFA Argus

    RFA Argus

    From HM Naval Base Falmouth; RFA Argus emerging from refit, noticeable are the new huge lifeboats and davits, new radar fits, additional exhaust uptakes and the removal of the forward starboard crane. HMS Enterprise is presently in Dock out of sight behind Argus.
  14. Argus

    Argus

    falmouth 05 April 2013. Argus now alongside Duchy wharf, refit continues. This view gives some indication of the new large lifeboat davits Also it would seem one of the two forecastle cranes has been removed.
  15. Argus

    Argus

    Argus seen today 18 Feb in QE2 dry dock Falmouth. Quite a refit package including extending the bridge wings amongst various internal changes.
  16. RFA Argus. [A135]

    RFA Argus. [A135]

    Built in Italy in 1981-28,081grt as a container ship taken up from trade in 1982 for the Falkland conflict as the Contender Bezant, refitted at Harland & Wolfe, Belfast as an Aviation Training/Casuality Receiving Ship Commissioned into Royal Fleet Auxillary in 1988. outward Tyne after refit.
  17. ARGUS

    ARGUS

    Brodospas Split, Croatia
  18. Argus

    Argus

    Details form MOD Royal Navy Website RFA Argus is unusual in having two primary roles. Firstly, she can deploy to war zones as a Primary Casualty Receiving Facility (PCRF) providing facilities including two operating theatres and 100 beds. This ensures that wounded service personnel of all nationa
  19. Argus

    Argus

    Argus was laid down in 1914 by William Beardmore and Company in Glasgow as the Italian ocean liner Conte Rosso. However, before she was launched, she was purchased by the Royal Navy for conversion into an aircraft carrier. She was built from the start with an unobstructed flight deck (the "flus
  20. RFA Argus

    RFA Argus

    And now she is on her own again. 29-11-2009 Falmouth
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