Thursday, 21 May 2015 15:40

Anchor Handling Tug BEVER joins Iskes Towage & Salvage

The BEVER, homeport Andijk, photo Marinetraffic (please click to enlarge)| The BEVER, homeport Andijk, photo Marinetraffic (please click to enlarge)|

March, 2015.
Iskes Towage & Salvage is pleased to announce that it has taken over AHT BEVER (YOB 2010 – IMO 9492256 – Call Sign PDAA) from Sleepvaartbedrijf Viegers & Zn.
The versatile Shoalbuster 3612 is the largest vessel ever built by Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld, with a bollard pull of 70 tons, fitted with a waterfall towing winch, a powerful crane and large open deck with stern roller.
The AHT BEVER and her experienced crew take pride in an extensive track record of anchor handling, long distance towages, salvage support and various other duties within the offshore industries. The AHT BEVER flies the Dutch Flag and fully complies with the ISM, ISPS, OCIMF and MLC regulations.
About Iskes Towage & Salvage.
Iskes Towage & Salvage is a privately owned towage company. Started out in 1928 it has a long history in professional towage, both in Ports & Terminals and Offshore. By adding the AHT BEVER to their fleet, Iskes Towage & Salvage shows their ambition to further expand their offshore activities. You are invited to take a look at: www.iskestugs.nl.
AHT BEVER remains under commercial management of Dutch Marine Contractors.
www.dutchmarinecontractors.com
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