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Photographer:Javier Alonso Castro (cx9aaw) [View profile]Title:SPINOLAAdded:Aug 13, 2009
Photo Category: Tugs
IMO Number: 9495258 Country: Malta MMSI Number: 249766000 Length: 38.0m Callsign: 9HZY9 Beam: 12.0m
Tug Malta Limited has taken delivery of a new VSP terminal-escort tug which has a total power of 7,180 BHP and a bollard pull of over 81 tons.
It was built by Armon Shipyards at Gijon, Spain and has been named Spinola. The Voith-Schneider propulsion tractor tug, with an open stern, has two MAK main engines.
Spinola is equipped with a fire fighting (FiFi) system class 1, and with full oil recovery equipment on board to combat marine pollution. Photos taken in the city of GIJON Spain the day 26/06/2009 SPINOLA IMO Shipyard ARMON Navia
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:701 tons
Summer DWT:300 tons
Length:38 m
Beam:12 m
Draught:6.3 m

Additional Information
Home port:Valletta
Class society:Registro Italiano Navale
Build year:2009
AIS Information
Last known position:
35°48’10.26” N, 14°34’4.04” E
Speed, course (heading):
8.2kts, 108° (291°)
Location:Valletta Malta
Arrival:29th Oct 2018
06:00:09 UTC
Last update:
1 month 20 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 October 29th, 06:00:28 UTCValletta Malta
2018 October 29th, 06:00:09 UTCValletta Malta
2017 October 10th, 18:00:59 UTCMarsaxlokk
2017 August 29th, 13:00:09 UTCOffshore Malta
2017 May 12th, 17:30:18 UTCValletta Malta
2017 May 12th, 17:30:12 UTCValletta Malta
2016 July 11th, 12:00:26 UTCValletta Malta
2015 July 4th, 18:00:12 UTCMonfalcone
2015 June 27th, 04:00:59 UTCCastellammare Di Sab
2015 June 19th, 11:30:21 UTCValletta Malta
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Photo Comments (4)

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Javier Alonso Castro (cx9aaw) on Aug 13, 2009 21:22 (9 years ago)
Hello New mind thank you very much for everything and I will upload more pictures as a reward for your interest and welcome a good person and you know the saying that to err is human greetings Javier :cry: :pint:
Christian Herrou on Aug 13, 2009 20:45 (9 years ago)
no no, it's me, thank you for your pics !

As I'm interresting with Voith escort tug I was reading the data and surprised to see tunnel thruster on Voith tug ! Then I've better check and this second part look's coming from a larger AHTS (76m, 2 CPP prop in nozzles...)

Thank's again for thoses pics, don't hesitated to add more

A+ Xtian
Javier Alonso Castro (cx9aaw) on Aug 13, 2009 20:24 (9 years ago)
Hi I get the information that is true but there may be confusion if I am going to check and rectify what is wrong thank you very much and greetings from Javier :-?
Christian Herrou on Aug 13, 2009 20:15 (9 years ago)

Thank you for those pictures but there is something wrong on your comment as the part second part look's like to be for another ship

[color=0000FF]Deadweight 3.100 tons at 6,85 m draft Lenght overall 76,25 m Breadth moulded 17,50 m Maximum draft
6.85 m (0,62 aft skeg not included) Propulsion 2 CPP in fixed nozzles
1 off tunnel thruster forward 883 kW
1 off Azimuthal thruster forward 883 kW
1 off tunnel thruster aft 883 kW Main engines 4 off Main Engines, Type BERGEN, 3500 kW each. Total 14000 kW (19.000 BHP) Generators Shaft gen. 2 x 2240 kw
Diesel gen. 2 x 350 kw
Emergency gen. 1 x 120 kw Bollard pull 210 tons continuous; Speed 16.0 Knots
TOWING/ANCHOR HANDLING WINCHES One winch of Ulstein Brattwag waterfall type BSL 400W/SL 400W, [/color]

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