|Eastern Marine receive new tug|
|Thursday, 18 August 2016 15:52|
Eastern Marine has received a new tug, the ‘Ems Boxer’ formerly the ‘Celtic Banner’, to support offshore operations from the UK’s Lowestoft port.
The ‘Boxer’ has a bollard pull of 43 tonnes, a length of 32.83 metres, a beam of 9.5 metres and a depth of 4.3 metres. It receives power from two Yanmar diesel engines.
The vessel was originally built by Hikari Kogyo in Yokosuka, Japan.
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