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  1. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
  2. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
  3. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
  4. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
  5. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
  6. GODLEY

    TasPorts harbour tug GODLEY built in 1977 by Sims Shipyard at Port Chalmers NZ and formerly operated by the Lyttelton Harbour Board in NZ. She was acquired by NW Shipping and Towage (a division of TasPorts) a few years ago. With a gross tonnage of 227 tons and having 2200 BHP this twin screw z-pell
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