Harms Bergung takes delivery of deepsea tug JanusVessel & ROV News // November 8, 2007
Seabrokers reports that Harms Bergung in Germany has taken delivery of the 19,000bhp DP II deepsea tug Janus.
Said Seabrokers in the latest issue of its monthly report: "The big ocean going tug was immediately contracted by Aker Marine to tow the Sevan 300 FPSO Hummingbird from Keppel Verolme shipyard to the Chestnut field in the North Sea."
Janus is likely to complete the Hummingbird tow in mid-November and will then be available on the North Sea spot market.
Built by Mützelfeld Werft of Cuxhaven, Germany, the AHT has a continuous bollard pull of 219 tonnest, a maximum speed of 17.2 knots and a turning circle at full speed of 130m.
Other details include a displacement of 5,500 tons, draft of 6.8 and Fi-Fi 1.