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Photographer:Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen [View profile]Title:BRUSEAdded:Nov 05, 2008
Captured:IMO:8003072Hits:694
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
The best tug in the world: "Bruse", backwards after Coral Pavona yesterday 3/11 2008.

"Bruse"
Brevik-bridge.
Mr T
Vessel Identification
Name:Bruse
IMO:8003072
MMSI:265531370
Callsign:SJMC
Former name(s):
- Camp (Until 1994 Jan)
- Camp I (Until 1982 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:295 tons
Summer DWT:100 tons
Length:30 m
Beam:10 m
Draught:5.8 m

Additional Information
Build year:1981
AIS Information
Last known position:
59°52’56.28” N, 10°44’29.82” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course:
4.1kts, 36°
Destination:
Location:Drammen
Arrival:12th Dec 2017
19:30:47 UTC
Last update:
8 months 3 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 12th, 19:30:47 UTCDrammen
2017 December 5th, 18:00:57 UTCOslo
2017 November 29th, 20:00:45 UTCOslo
2017 November 23rd, 02:00:09 UTCSlagen
2017 November 22nd, 22:00:13 UTCHorten
2017 November 12th, 21:30:17 UTCDrammen
2017 October 31st, 23:50:57 UTCOslo
2017 October 28th, 21:00:17 UTCMoss
2017 October 14th, 09:00:41 UTCFredrikstad
2017 September 23rd, 19:00:52 UTCOslo
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Photo Comments (5)

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Robert Tremblay on Nov 09, 2008 01:47 (9 years ago)
Thanks a lot again Tomas.
Have been on your site and looking at the very well done animation lets me
get the exacts answers to all the question i was asking to you. IMAGES really worth thousand of words! Bube.no is a very well done site. Explanations are all clear and as crisp as all the always really interesting shots you submit on Shipspotting.
Thanks a lot again for your help and for patience,
regards Robert08 :-D
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Nov 08, 2008 09:26 (9 years ago)
Ok, no problem. The coral pavona is sailing around 10 knots. We are following behind. Once in a while, the pilot and masters on the ships we assist, lock their rudders midships, and we act as the rudder. But most of the time, we are acting as a safety, in case of engine failiure, such things. All tankers carrying gas/oil, have to have assist into port. its a little difficult to explain.
Have a look at our website, there you find everything you need to know.
http://www.bube.no/
click ship escort, youll find some cool animations.
Robert Tremblay on Nov 07, 2008 01:51 (9 years ago)
Hi Tomas,
thanks a lot for your fast answer; you make clear a lot of think in my mind. But i am still questionning myself. You said your were at full speed behind Coral Pavona.
Was it to try to slowdown that ship or only to make sure it doesn't go around. At the time you take that shot, was the Coral arriving of leaving port.
Sorry to bother you again! Be sure i am greatly gratefull of your precious help that let me more and more discovering and understanding some secrets of the maritime world!
Best regards, Robert08 :lol:
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Nov 06, 2008 16:56 (9 years ago)
Well, i understand perfectly. We(bruse) is at full speed behind her. When coral pavona sails on a straight line, we have a untight line. In corners and bends, we often assist the ship. Primarly we are there to escort the vessels. To make sure it doesnt go aground. This applies to tankers, and big bulkers, or ships in need of assisting.
As for the question about direction, bruse and sister bukken go either way just as quick. The opposite direction you see here, is because our winch is on the aft deck. hence the direction. I actually dont think i have escorted the other way, hehe!
If there is anything other you wonder about, feel free to ask.
Robert Tremblay on Nov 06, 2008 01:16 (9 years ago)
Hi Tomas, take care; quite a jump and water must be quite cold right now!!!! One question : what is Bruse doing. I can see she does not push the ship; is she trying to slowdown Coral Pavona or what? If i look at the waves on its back, i can see the way she is going; she seems to me to go towards the ship! I am a little or a big bit confuse! Hope you understand what i means!

On that particular shot, the best tug in the world: "Bruse" appears as a marvelous children's toy in a giant pool, i would like a lot to play with!!

Great shot again, regards Robert08
:-)
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