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Photo Details
Photographer:nmj [View profile]Title:SalviceroyAdded:Apr 24, 2012
Captured:May 08, 2007IMO:9351830Hits:1,031
Location:Shanghai, China
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
Maiden job, towing Bohai FPSO from Shanghai to Singapore with Salveritas
Vessel Identification
Name:Salviceroy
IMO:9351830
Flag:Singapore
MMSI:565337000
Callsign:S6HA6
Technical Data
Vessel type:Towing Vessel
Gross tonnage:2,658 tons
Summer DWT:2,801 tons
Length:68 m
Beam:17 m
Draught:5 m

Additional Information
Class society:American Bureau Of Shipping
Build year:2007
Builder (*):Jmu - Tokyo, Japan
Owner:Posh Fleet Services
Singapore
Manager:Posh Fleet Services
Singapore
AIS Information
Last known position:
32°5’33.72” N, 16°25’18.84” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
13.1kts, 212° (212°)
Destination:
Location:Rio De Janeiro
Arrival:13th Jul 2014
08:00:19 UTC
Last update:
3 months 29 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2014 July 13th, 08:00:19 UTCRio De Janeiro
2014 June 21st, 22:00:24 UTCRotterdam
2014 June 20th, 05:00:31 UTCDundee,scotland
2014 April 22nd, 22:00:16 UTCRotterdam
2014 April 13th, 19:00:05 UTCHelwin Field
2014 April 11th, 06:00:28 UTCVlissingen Flushing
2014 March 14th, 08:00:28 UTCRotterdam
2014 February 15th, 09:00:49 UTCLas Palmas Spain
2013 December 7th, 08:00:10 UTCMadagascar
2013 November 17th, 21:00:30 UTCCape Town Sa
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Photo Comments (4)

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nmj on Aug 18, 2012 07:47 (2 years ago)
Hi, Mike, Yes, it was taken in the south channel out of Shanghai with about 150 m of wire. The FPSO had to be ballasted after we got out of the channel as there was a 6 meter patch to get over first.
Captain46 on Aug 18, 2012 06:38 (2 years ago)
Hi Neil, By the angle of the line and the colour of the water this is taken in shallow water on a 'short stay'?
nmj on May 21, 2012 15:06 (2 years ago)
Rick, you're quite correct, Salveritas is her sister along with Salvigilant. 12000 bhp, 158 t BP, very good tugs. Regards,

Neil
Patalavaca on May 02, 2012 22:48 (2 years ago)
Cracking photo of her Neil. A good looking tug, I haven't looked yet, but assuming that 'Salveritas' is a sister ship?
Thanks & regards, Rick
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