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  1. STORM COVE

    STORM COVE

    TasPorts tug STORM COVE – 1900 BHP and 27t Bollard Pull and has twin screw duckpeller propulsion. Seen here midstream on the River Derwent off Bellerive waiting to assist an inbound vessel to Hobart. NOTE – new “apron” over her bow fenders. Pic taken …… 18/5/12
  2. STORM COVE

    STORM COVE

    TasPorts tug STORM COVE – 1900 BHP and 27t Bollard Pull and has twin screw duckpeller propulsion. Seen here on the River Derwent upstream of Hobart’s Tasman Bridge heading towards the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon. Pic taken …… 10/4/12
  3. STORM COVE

    STORM COVE

    TasPorts tug STORM COVE – 1900 BHP and 27t Bollard Pull and has twin screw duckpeller propulsion. Shown here assisting at the stern of a vessel as it departs the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon nr. Hobart. Pic taken …… 23/5/11
  4. STORM COVE

    STORM COVE

    TasPorts tug STORM COVE – 1900 BHP and 27t Bollard Pull and has twin screw duckpeller propulsion. Shown here on the River Derwent approaching Pavilion Point heading downriver. NOTE - she still has her former black livery! Pic taken …… 6/11/09
  5. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    The TasPorts Authority tug Storm Cove on the River Derwent at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 20 November 2011.
  6. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Storm Cove on the River Derwent at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday, 15 February 2011.
  7. Godley, Storm Cove and Keira

    Godley, Storm Cove and Keira

    The tugs Godley, Storm Cove and Keira at the Domain slipyards in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 26 December 2010.
  8. Ning Hai Wan

    Ning Hai Wan

    The tanker Ning Hai Wan on the River Derwent arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Thursday, 23 December 2010, with the ferry Cartela and the tug Storm Cove also in the picture.
  9. Stolt Violet

    Stolt Violet

    The tanker Stolt Violet, followed by the tug Storm Cove, arrives in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on 21 March 2010.
  10. HMAS TOBRUK

    HMAS TOBRUK

    HMAS TOBRUK – Landing Ship Heavy, built nr. Newcastle, NSW for the RAN, she is a multi-purpose troop and heavy vehicle Ro/Ro vessel and commissioned in 1981. Seen here in Sullivans Cove in the Port of Hobart, Tasmania being assisted to her berth by TasPorts tugs KEIRA and STORM COVE. Pic taken ………..
  11. GAS DREAM

    GAS DREAM

    LPG Tanker GAS DREAM having discharged her cargo is seen here about to transit the Tasman Bridge in heavy mist, bound for the Northern Tasmanian Port of Devonport assisted by TasPorts tug STORM COVE. Pic taken in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on Wednesday 3/6/09
  12. STORM COVE

    STORM COVE

    Hobart harbour tug STORM COVE assisting Geelong reg. tanker HELIX to her berth at Selfs Point oil and gas facility nr. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Pic taken Wednesday 27/5/09
  13. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Shot taken on: 17/07/08 Seen here on the Hobart Slips undergoing her annual maintanence/repaint period, she is the main work horse of the Hobart Tug Fleet
  14. HMAS Sirius, Storm Cove and Godley

    HMAS Sirius, Storm Cove and Godley

    HMAS Sirius IMO: 9283772 ex: Delos Shot taken on: 26/05/07 Seen here being relocated from Sullivans Cover in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia to Anchorage with the assistance of the Storm Cove and Godley. The tugs took the ship downstream to Anchor, HMAS Sirius did not use her eninges at all in the mov
  15. HMAS Sirius, Storm Cover and Godley

    HMAS Sirius, Storm Cover and Godley

    HMAS Sirius IMO: 9283772 Ex: Delos Shot taken on: 26/05/07 Seen here being relocated from Sullivans Cover in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia to Anchorage with the assistance of the Storm Cove and Godley. The tugs took the ship downstream to Anchor, HMAS Sirius did not use her eninges at all in the mov
  16. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Hobart Tug Storm Cove seen here approaching the Selfs Pt Oil and Gas wharf upstream from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in preparation to assiting the Pearl Express to sea
  17. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Hobart tug Storm Cove August 17 2006.
  18. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Hobart tug Storm Cove August 17 2006.
  19. Storm Cove

    Storm Cove

    Seenhere assisting HMAS Warramunga (by memory) into Princes wharf no 1 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. 95% of ships coming to Hobart's Sullivans cove, Selfs pt or Risdon requiring a tug is almost garunteed to be assisted by this one, hence she is nicknames Hobart's work horse
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