Huge offshore vessels with powerful engines are used to deliver supplies on the high seas, handle anchors in deep water, or tow massive ships or buildings.
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She is a supply ship that flies the ROᴍᴀɴian flag and was built in 2018 with the intention of doing difficult tasks at sea. She has a draft of 6.5 meters and measures 80 meters long by 16 meters broad, making her suitable for transporting supplies to offshore oil rigs. She can accommodate 26 passengers and has a gross tonnage of 3,040 tons. She has two engines totaling 5,900 horsepower, can travel at a speed of 13.5 knots, and can pull more than 100 tons of bollards.
It is a multifunctional vessel built in Tᴜʀᴋᴇʏ in 2018 that is registered under the Danish flag and is intended for the offshore oil and gas business. She can be utilized for emergency towing, shifting structures, and ᴍᴀɴaging anchors. She is 81 meters long, 17 meters wide, and has a 6.5 meter draft. She can accommodate 49 people and has a gross tonnage of 4,000 tons. She has two engines totaling 8,700 horsepower, has a top speed of 15 knots, and can pull more than 100 tons of bollards.
It was constructed in Nᴏʀᴡᴀʏ in 2012 and flies the Danish flag. It is utilized as an offshore supply vessel and was designed to combine perforᴍᴀɴce and efficiency. She can function in any weather situations thanks to the design of her hull and her propulsion system. She has an overall length of 83 meters, a width of 18 meters, and a draft of 6 meters. She can accommodate 24 people and has a gross tonnage of 4,200 tons. It has two engines with a combined 9,000 horsepower, can travel at a speed of 15.8 knots, and can pull more than 100 tons of bollards.
It is a high Ice-classed tugboat that works in challenging situations; it is registered under the Norwegian flag and was built in Sᴘᴀɪɴ in 2012. She is capable of carrying out activities in the arctic and subarctic, such as helping other ships. She is 85 meters long, 23 meters wide, and has an 8 meter draft. She can accommodate 40 people and has a gross tonnage of 6,200 tons. She has two engines totaling 15,800 horsepower, has a top speed of 12 knots, and can pull 250 tons of bollards.
It was constructed in Jᴀᴘᴀɴ in 2016 and flies the Dutch flag. It is an anchor handling vessel that is used to pull heavy objects like oil rigs. She has enough fuel to tow at maximum capacity for 45 days. She is 89 meters long, 22 meters broad, and has an 8 meter draft. She can accommodate 35 passengers and has a gross tonnage of 5,900 tons. She has four engines totaling 20,800 horsepower, is capable of 19 knots of speed, and can pull 300 tons of bollards.
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