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  1. Peking

    Peking

    The 4-masted barque Peking (1911) and the tug Helen McAllister (1900) in South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  2. AIDAaura

    AIDAaura

    AIDAaura arriving in Venice at 06:55 on 19 May 2013, with tugs Titanus ahead and Lourdes C astern.
  3. AIDAaura

    AIDAaura

    AIDAaura arriving in Venice at 06:55 on 19 May 2013, towed by the tug Titanus.
  4. AIDAaura

    AIDAaura

    AIDAaura arriving in Venice at 06:55 on 19 May 2013. The tug astern is Lourdes C.
  5. Asuka II

    Asuka II

    The Japanese cruise ship Asuka II arriving in Venice at 06:30 on 19 May 2013, towed by the tug Squalus. Asuka II was previously Crystal Harmony, 1990-2006.
  6. Asuka II

    Asuka II

    The Japanese cruise ship Asuka II arriving in Venice at 06:30 on 19 May 2013. The stern tug is possibly Angelina C. Asuka II was previously Crystal Harmony, 1990-2006.
  7. Asuka II

    Asuka II

    The Japanese cruise ship Asuka II arriving in Venice at 06:30 on 19 May 2013, towed by the tug Squalus. Asuka II was previously Crystal Harmony, 1990-2006.
  8. MSC Divina

    MSC Divina

    MSC Divina leaving Venice, 18 May 2013: port side midships view. Passing her to port is one of the tugs, the Squalus, returning from towing out the the previous ship departure.
  9. MSC Divina

    MSC Divina

    MSC Divina leaving Venice, 18 May 2013. Passing her to port is one of the tugs, the Squalus, returning from towing out the the previous ship departure.
  10. MSC Musica

    MSC Musica

    MSC Musica leaving Venice, 15 May 2011. With a tug ahead and a tug astern, she is being pulled round the tight bend in the San Marco Basin.
  11. MSC Magnifica

    MSC Magnifica

    MSC Magnifica leaving Venice, 14 May 2011, with stern tug Angelina C.
  12. BUGSIER 6

    BUGSIER 6

    BUGSIER 6 IMO 1953 completed by F.Schichau GmbH, Bremerhaven 1955 chartered to Lütgens + Reimers: SCHULAU 1956 returned to Bugsier: BUGSIER 6 1971 thail. FRANCES
  13. TUNO

    TUNO

    TUNO IMO 1958 completed by Limfjords Vaervet A/S, Aalborg for DFDS, Copenhagen 91GRT, 720bhp 2SA 6Cy. Alpha Diesel, Frederikshavn, 11kn 1970: dan. EIR (A/S Em.Z.Svitzers Bjergnings-Entreprise, Esbjerg) 1977 new diesel engine Alpha Diesel 1.750bhp 1984 fi. TIGER BOXER 1988 fi. PLUTO (Hakans Tugs
  14. HANS

    HANS

    HANS IMO 6520715 1965 completed by J.Oelkers, Hamburg for Petersen + Alpers, Hamburg 135GRT, diesel-electric drive, 650bhp oil engine Maybach, AEG electric motor 525hp, "Kort" nozzle (directional propeller) Sister ships: KARl, ISE 1978 capsized and sank whilst assisting HANS KRÜGER. One crew mem
  15. BREMEN TERRIER

    BREMEN TERRIER

    BREMEN TERRIER IMO 5051171 1945 launched, 1952 completed by Gebr. Niestern, Delfzijl for Unterweser Reederei A.G., Bremen 138GRT 1952 ger. BREMEN 1965 malt. BREMEN TERRIER
  16. BREMEN

    BREMEN

    BREMEN IMO 5051171 Launched 1945, completed 1952 by Gebr. Niestern, Delfzijl for Unterweser Reederei A.G., Bremen 138GRT, oil engine MAN 4SA 5Cy. 1965 malt. BREMEN TERRIER Location Bremerhaven, Columbuskaje, River Weser 1965
  17. POLLUX

    POLLUX

    POLLUX IMO 5422112 1963 completed by F.Schichau GmbH., Bremerhaven for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 170GRT, 2 oil engines Deutz 600 bhp each, 2 Voith-Schneider-Propeller Sister ship: CASTOR
  18. STIER

    STIER

    STIER IMO 1954 completed by Jadewerft GmbH, Wilhelmshaven for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 700bhp, 1 Voith-Schneider-Propeller One of the small maneuverable Voith-Schneider-Propeller tugs built in 1954 for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G. for service in Bremen. 1977 she was granted to the "Deut
  19. Limassol, Cyprus

    Limassol, Cyprus

    Notos in front, Pontos behind. MSC Ingrid leaving Limassol in the background. Tug not known, but might be Drinias.
  20. Seaways 22 and 23

    Seaways 22 and 23

    Luanda Bay
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