BUGSIER 18 (2)

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BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:46 am

BUGSIER 18 (2)
1992 -
Bugsier-, Reederei und Bergungs G.m.b.H. - Hamburg
Delivered December 1992 by Peene Werft GmbH - Wolgast. (417)
28,30 x 26,50 x 9,11 x 3,60 x 2,84/4,50 m; Brattvåg towing winch
240 grt; 112 dwt
D.G.B.G.
9036246 Lloyds Register.
2x 4SA 6 cylinder Deutz/Motoren Werke Mannheim type SBV.6M.628, 240x280 each connected to a Voith/Schneider propeller
2.720 bhp; 2.000 kW.
12,6 knots
30 tons BP
Newbuilding

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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by yorkieman » Wed Nov 09, 2011 5:04 pm

At Hamburg 10/06/2008
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Wed Nov 09, 2011 5:10 pm

Nice city for picturing George. Back again 11-05-2012! Looking for the new ones.
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Magoonigal » Wed Nov 09, 2011 5:40 pm

Just looking at Henk's first picture...

That would never ever be allowed to happen in the UK, and yet Germany is subject to the same Rules as we are, BUT we GOLD PLATE them!!

And apart from that.....

The International Ship and Port Security Code would not let us get anywhere near to get onboard either!!

Other Countries just put signs up, we have 8ft high steel fences.

Rant over!
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Wed Nov 09, 2011 5:59 pm

That picture was taken 1999 at the time everything was normal, long before all those rules where there and now a days we can only go on board very limited, depending on the size of the tug.
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by yorkieman » Wed Nov 09, 2011 7:53 pm

My friends who were at Hamburg for the Port Day in June this year (I stayed by the Kiel Canal!) reported gross overcrowding of the little Elbe ferries, people pushing on board unless physically pushed back by the crew for the ramp to be lifted .... who would know how many on board if no enforcement of the passenger certificate limit??
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:58 am

Don't know George; never take that ferries.
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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Fri May 18, 2012 5:04 pm

Hamburg Hafengeburtstag 2012

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Re: BUGSIER 18 (2)

Post by Henk » Tue May 21, 2013 6:36 pm

Hafengeburtstag Hamburg 2013

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