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Photographer:Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen [View profile]Title:Bruse & BW HuginAdded:Mar 01, 2009
Photo Category: Tugs with Tow
Bruse keeping BW Hugin under control.
Seen from Brevik-bridge 24/2 2009.

Tomas reporting.

Slightly altered colors
Vessel Identification
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

Additional Information
Build year:1981
AIS Information
Last known position:
59°52’56.28” N, 10°44’29.82” E
Speed, course:
4.1kts, 36°
Arrival:12th Dec 2017
19:30:47 UTC
Last update:
1 year 1 month 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 (8)

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Robert Tremblay on Mar 04, 2009 02:09 (9 years ago)
Thanks Tomas, here it is still snowing; i rather prefer snow than rain but of course a nice warm sunny summer day is still my favorite! I gave a good look at the map you send to show how narrow it was near were you live; pilots have to be very carfull. I think i would be quite nervous if i was one of them at my first trip around there.
Well, you had find the best place to be for a shipspotter when you move where you are living right now, you lucky man!

Be carefull on the bridge my friend, best regards, Robert08 :-D
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Mar 03, 2009 21:32 (9 years ago)
Hey man, actually aint sure about that. but i really dont think she is classed for heavy ice. Wonderful shots from you these days. Ice we have allmost nothing of here, the stream is too strong, and now its raining...
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Mar 02, 2009 19:54 (9 years ago)
yeah, agree on that, for sure. It was just that i have never seen jibs over 80 feet, this one is as far as i can see 120. Oh well.
stumps on Mar 02, 2009 16:02 (9 years ago)
Tomas - They look like Libeherr cranes and reckon S.W.L., at least 25mt and those f'r'rd of the accomodation probably can combine to 48 mt. No point in having cranes on a container ship with less than 25mt lift these days ;-)
Robert Tremblay on Mar 02, 2009 02:44 (9 years ago)
Hi Tomas, very big job for that little Bruse. But i am sure Bruse can handle it easily! The sailing way looks pretty narrow in your area; question : will Bruse be able to work in an icing environnement as we have here; we really need more help here sometimes he! he!
Best regards, Robert08
DEREK SANDS on Mar 02, 2009 00:25 (9 years ago)
Does look as though it would not cope with to much weight!
To long for that but the outreach is for places with no cranes I guess.

Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Mar 02, 2009 00:19 (9 years ago)
It was the second day i lived in Stathelle, i was upon the bridge. it was -13, and it blew 10 m/s. I allmot lost feeling in my fingers. But stubborn as i was, yep... You know.. But look at the jib on the shot by jonesy we commented. Isnt that extremly long?
DEREK SANDS on Mar 02, 2009 00:07 (9 years ago)
Superb photos from the bridge, a brilliant spot.
Bet its cold though!

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