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    CRSL publishes new edition of register of Anchor Handling Tugs & Supply Vessels

    Publications // August 22, 2008

    CRSL has just published the latest edition of its vessel register Anchor Handling Tugs & Supply Vessels.

    If you need access to information on every vessel in the world's fleet, then this 13th edition of the only definitive register on the subject will be essential.

    In it you will find details on 5,183 ships, a complete directory covering their owners and managers, the latest edition of Noble Denton's Towing Vessel Register and the company's Towing Vessel Approvability Scheme.

    In addition, the book contains company fleet lists, listings of
    all vessels by former names with current names alongside, in case readers have missed important ownership changes, plus handy indices to assist in location and identification.

    CRSL has paid special attention to the presentation of the wealth of data this book contains. This is especially true of the information given for each vessel which is grouped in easy to read sections.

    General data includes flag, ownership, builder and classification. The tonnage and dimension section also includes important free deck measurements and deck cargo capacity.

    Machinery details, in addition to engine/thrusters data, includes bollard pull and information on manoeuvring/control systems (joystick, dynpos etc).

    Other data sections cover capacities (mud, cement, water etc), emergency systems (FiFi, classification, pumps, monitors etc), safety equipment and oil recovery systems (if applicable).

    This data can also be supplied as a database or online subscription.

    To order YOUR copy: Telephone: +44 (0) 1531 634561, or visit our website at

    PRICE: £225/US$495/€340

    ISBN: 978-1-903352- 86-1

    Product Order No: AHTS/W/13

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