NAVNAUTIK Singapore bags the order for providing the 'complete design and production engineering solution' for 2 nos. 70T bollard pull tugs.


NAVNAUTIK Pte Ltd, Singapore bags order for providing the 'complete design and production engineering solution' for 2 nos. 70T bollard pull tugs which will be built in Bangladesh for their port purpose.

The two tugs will be built at Khulna Shipyard, Bangladesh and supplied to Payra Port Authority, Bangladesh to support in smooth operation of port activities.

The tugs are designed for multi-purpose roles as follows:

  • Tow / push / pull / move / berthing / un-berthing vessels
  • External fire fighting
  • Rescue men overboard
  • Capability to assist other vessels for damage control, firefighting or others
  • Operation will be 24 hours/day continuous operation. Capable of remaining on station for minimum 7 days
  • Safety rescue and salvage facility
  • Offshore service

The tugs are designed for ASD propulsion driven by two nos. marine diesel engines.

The principal particulars of the vessel are as follows.

LENGTH OVERALL:                     37.70M

BREADTH:                                   11.00M

DEPTH:                                          6.10M

DRAFT:                                          5.00M

SPEED:                                           12 knots

COMPLEMENTS:                        14

CLASS Notation:               BV I +HULL +MACH Tug, Salvage Tug, Fi-Fi- 1 (Water spray), +AUT-UMS, IWS, Cleanship, Unrestricted Navigation

This tug is NAVNAUTIK’s signature harbour-cum-offshore tug design (with optional escort notation) which has been built in many shipyards in China & Singapore and operating successfully worldwide for tug owners like SVITZER (Denmark), Ocean Sparkle (India) and KNK Ship Management (India) to name a few.

More than 100 tugs have been built as per NAVNAUTIK’s designs till date. All of these tugs are currently operating in various ports, harbours and LNG terminals providing multi-purpose support and services all-round the year.

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