The Port of Antwerp-Bruges has placed an order with Damen Shipyards for five diesel-powered RSD Tugs 2513 fitted with the Damen Marine NOx Reduction System, and one electric RSD-E Tug 2513. The latter will be the first all-electric tug to operate in Europe. Port of...
Port Marlborough New Zealand (PMNZ) and Damen Shipyards have signed a contract for the delivery of an Azimuth Stern Drive Tug 2111. Just 21 metres in length, the new ASD Tug 2111 class has a bollard pull of 50 tonnes and its twin fin skeg and azimuth thrusters ensure...
Royal Wagenborg has purchased an ASD 3280 Tug, which will be available shortly. The tugboat will be renamed Waterland and will be deployed in the Eemshaven, the Netherlands. Together with its sister ship Waterlines, the Waterland with its 80-tonne bollard pull is the...
Damen Shipyards Group has unveiled the latest vessel in its Compact Tugs product platform. The ASD Tug 2111 joins the ASD Tug 2312 in the range, combining proven technology with innovation to advance safety, sustainability, reliability, and efficiency. Siebe Cieraad,...
Damen Shipyards and Boluda Towage have joined forces to bring zero-emissions tugs to Europe. In a groundbreaking move, the two organisations, which have nearly 200 years of tugboat experience between them, aim to launch the first newbuild methanol tug in Europe. The...
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