GLENGARTH & GREENGARTH

GLENGARTH & GREENGARTH

Postby TEESMAN » Tue Jul 31, 2012 6:44 pm

GLENGARTH Yard No S.866 and GREENGARTH Yard No S.868 resting between jobs at Milford Haven 18.09.87
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Photo Michael Green
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Photo Michael Green

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Re: GLENGARTH & GREENGARTH

Postby TEESMAN » Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:58 pm

BARRA DE SETUBAL Ex Glengarth arriving at Terneuzen on her way to the breakers at Ghent in 2012
BARRA DE SETUBAL 01_1.jpg
Photo Malcolm Peel/Michael Green Collection
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Photo Malcolm Peel/Michael Green Collection

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Re: GLENGARTH & GREENGARTH

Postby Dennis Maccoy » Sat Nov 11, 2017 4:56 pm

Glengarth at Greenock on 10 April 1993.
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Re: GLENGARTH & GREENGARTH

Postby tidesman » Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:36 am

7012650
GREENGARTH
O.N. 338818. 291g. 129'1" x 29'11" x 12'0¼"oa. Fire-fighting tug.
9-cyl. 4 S.C.S.A. (12½”x 14½") Ruston 9ATCM type by English Electric Diesels Ltd., (Ruston Engine Division), Newton-le-Willows, single reduction reverse geared to a single fixed pitch propeller operating within a Kort steerable nozzle. 2,460 bhp. 35 tons bollard pull. 12 kts.
29.9.1969: Keel laid by Richard Dunston (Hessle) Ltd., Hessle upon Humber (Yard No. S. 868) for R. & J. H. Rea Ltd., London.
9.3.1970: Launched.
4.6.1970: Completed. Registered at Milford.
16.7.1970: Owner restyled as Cory Ship Towage Ltd.
1.11.1985: Owner restyled as Cory Towage Ltd.
1993: Sold to Real Shipping Co. Ltd., (Karlander Nigeria Ltd., managers), Nigeria, and renamed REAL SUPPORT.
1999: LR Classification withdrawn.
4.2017: Still in SeaWeb, as in service, but without any additional detail.

7002394
GLENGARTH
O.N. 336679. 291g. 129'1" x 29'11" x 12'0¼"oa. Fire-fighting tug.
9-cyl. 4 S.C.S.A. (12½" x 14½") Ruston 9ATCM type by English Electric Diesels Ltd., (Ruston Engine Division), Newton-le-Willows, single reduction reverse geared to a single fixed pitch propeller operating within a Kort steerable nozzle. 2,460 bhp. 35 tons bollard pull. 12 kts.
12.5.1969: Keel laid by Richard Dunston (Hessle) Ltd., Hessle upon Humber (Yard No. S. 866) for R. & J. H. Rea Ltd., London.
10.11.1969: Launched.
27.2.1970: Completed. Registered at Milford.
16.7.1970: Owner restyled as Cory Ship Towage Ltd.
1.11.1985: Owner restyled as Cory Towage Ltd.
1996: Sold to Shannon Tugs Ltd., Republic of Ireland. Registered at Limerick. (O. N. 402908).
6.2001: Sold to Lutamar– Prestacao de Servicos a Navegacao Ltda, Portugal.
2003: Renamed BARRA DE SETUBAL.
7.9.2012: Reported as demolished at Ghent by Van Heyghen Recycling.
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