marlamamba ® 19-Apr-2019 00:35

Joint ETA-EMPA Guidelines on Design and Layout of Harbour Towage Equipment

Year: 2011
Language: english
Author: ETA/EMPA Working Group
Genre: Guide
Publisher: ETA/EMPA Working Group
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 26
Description: Over the last decade, European pilots and tug operators have increasingly experienced operational problems when handling ever-larger ships. The problems are mainly related to the type and/or strength and/or positioning of deck equipment on board of ships.
This document is intended to raise the awareness of owners, insurers, naval architects, new-building superintendents, classification societies and shipyards about specific areas of concern to the towage industry, in order to encourage them to take these into account when ordering or designing vessels.
The purpose is to assist the parties involved to ensure that the deck layout will result in safer operations for both ships and tug crews, yet deliver rapid and more efficient harbour towage operations.



Rating: 4.8 / 5 (Votes: 17)
seamaniac 22-May-2019 09:25
driving tugs not as easy as it looks like.
bow to bow operation is one of the best experience for tug master...
thanks for sharing,
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