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Photographer:Ilhan Kermen [View profile]Title:BERDICHIV U813Added:Aug 09, 2006
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Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
Description:
Istanbul jan.2006
Urainian navy
towing by Saint James for scrapping
Ochakov (Ukr) to Aliaga (Tur)
ex-ENS-5.
ex-Russian DUNA class (Project 440) power barge. It is a non self-propelled vessel equipped with two Type 37D diesel engines driving generators primarily intended for charging submarine batteries.
So many thanks for identify
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gerrard on Jan 25, 2006 13:46 (12 years ago)
Combat Fleets of the World 2005-2006 has the ship listed as the Ukranian BERDICHIV U-813, ex-ENS-5. The ship is a ex-Russian DUNA class (Project 440) power barge. It is a non self-propelled vessel equipped with two Type 37D diesel engines driving generators primarily intended for charging submainre batteries.
NeilB on Jan 25, 2006 13:45 (12 years ago)
Hi Ilhan,
Sorry I can't help identify the warship.
Re the tug, equasis confirms the Point James was renamed Saint James in 2002, she is now owned in Aliaga. She is listed on lethmastership for her transit on Jan. 20th, but no reference to her tow !
smok on Jan 17, 2006 19:32 (12 years ago)
Of course the name of the tug is "Saint James", and on the naval vessel there are maybe the rests of Russian or Bulgarian letters, I'm not sure.
The tug was built in 1972

rgds,
smok
Ole Christensen on Jan 17, 2006 18:58 (12 years ago)
Yes, the tug looks like Point James
http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=44645
Wim Kosten / maritimephoto.com on Jan 17, 2006 18:40 (12 years ago)
Not sure but the tug seems to be called POINT JAMES.
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