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Ocean K. Rusby - IMO 9345556

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Photographer: Jean Hemond [ View profile ]
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Photo Category: Tugs
Added: Mar 12, 2007
Views: 1,510
Image Resolution: 1,500 x 1,015

Description:

Tug Ocean.K. Rusby heading to base after undocking Federal Asahi still in near back ground.

General
information

Current flag: Canada
Home port: Quebec
Current name: OCEAN K.RUSBY

Former name(s):

Vessel Type: TUG
Class society:
Callsign: CFH8966
IMO: 9345556
ENI:
MMSI: 316011810
PEN:
Build year: 2005
Photos: 108 photos by 23 photographers

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Categories

This ship exists in the following categories:

Tugs - 101 photos

Shipping - 3 photos

Tugs with Tow - 3 photos

Wheelhouse - 1 photos

Technical
Data

Gross tonnage: 402 tons
Summer DWT: 145 tons
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Beam:
Draught:

Photographers
of this ship

(23)

esima001

3 photos

Marc Piché

7 photos

foggy

2 photos

Gianpaolo

1 photos

p-36

2 photos

michell

1 photos

T.Richard

5 photos

Magogman

2 photos

Marc Boucher

14 photos

Jean Hemond

6 photos

God79

1 photos

Coja

1 photos

Daniel F.

2 photos

jack2

3 photos

missonl

1 photos

shoreToShip

1 photos

COMMENT THIS PHOTO(7)

person
Excellent photo Jean of this beautiful tug, love how you got the Fed ship in the background. The Panama Canal has the same design tugs, they are Colon, Herrera, Cocle and Los Santos
person
Thank you Nate!
Ocean Group did bid for the Panama canal tugs!
So did Irving Shipyard In PEI!
I checked they were built by Irving since he came up with bid bond money upfront since his ships are registered there.
This design was a from British Colombia Naval Architect.
They did get a larger version for Stevns built by Ocean Industry in Quebec for the first one!
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A third even larger tug design for escorting proposed LNG carriers in the local ship channel is on the drawing board I saw the model In G.O.offices.
Thank you for your comment!
Jean
person
Tres bonne photo, vraiment unique !!!

Thierry
person
Great shot
person
Une oeuvre d'art, Jean.

Marc
person
Nice Picture !
Where is it taken ?
person
Thanks Herkert!
This picture was captioned from a wharf inside Quebec city harbor on the St-Lawrence river Canada!

I usualy wait for best light conditions end of afternoon, and then choose the best angles for my photo hunts! Thanks to our local, St-Lawrence, shipplotter group sharing AIS system. That system was obtained after info by shipspotters!
Jean.