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  1. Napia

    Napia

    William Watkins Empire tug Napia arrives at Gravesend Royal Terrace Pier in 1959 after its work on a departing Louis Dreyfus ship. Like all warbuilt designs she bore a special affection and in my youth I would have designated her the ultimate in tug good looks. Looking back I still think these vesse
  2. Napia

    Napia

    In amongst my dad's pics was a small print of the Empire tug Napia at Gravesend Royal Terrace Pier in 1947. It is interesting because I had not realised that she arrived on the Thames without a weather bridge. Given Watkins apparent dislike of such things I wonder what the story was. Perhaps it was
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    Napia

    William Watkins Napia in 1965. Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repair Co as Empire Jester in 1943 she was 261 gr tons.
  4. Napia

    Napia

    Watkins Napia had a good record on The Thames and was often used on prestige jobs. Built 1943 by Goole Shipbuilding & Engineering Co she was 261 gr tons finishing her career in Greece.
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    Napia

  6. NAPIA

    NAPIA

    SEEN ON THE NEW WATER WAY ON THE 19.7.2010 DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY INFO IE LIKE YEAR WERE SHE WAS BUILED WHICH SHIPYARD ETC PLEASE
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    Napia

    The London steamtug Napia
  8. Napia - tug and sunset

    Napia - tug and sunset

    13-07-2008 South of Sunk TSS, an route to Rotterdam we met Tug Napia towing nother, smaller tug
  9. Napia

    Napia

    The Napia owned by GPS Marine gets ready to pull a barge carrying the Linkspan at Folkestone. More info on the tug Here
  10. Napia

    Napia

    The Napia owned by GPS Marine alongside a GPS crane barge at Folkestone. More info on the tug Here
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    Napia

    Napia,,,,,,Operated by General Port Services. Built 1965 and 128 tons gross.,,,,,seen Rotherhithe 02.05.2006
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