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Tug Hellas and the Rambiz
Ships and Harbours
No: 291   Contributor: Marc Houtekamer   Year: 2006   Country: Belgium
Tug Hellas and the Rambiz

Behind the tug Hellas you can see the "Rambiz", leaving Zeebrugge harbour. The Rambiz is a nice craneship.

Classification Lloyd's Register of Shipping
Port of Registry Bruges, Belgium
Technical data
Lifting capacity 4.000 tons (2x2.000 tons) 68 metre mast
3.256 tons (1.676 + 1.580 tons) 82 metre mast
Loading capacity on deck 2.000 tons
Installed power 3.000 hp
Propulsion Caterpillar, type 3412 DITA
Maximum speed 8.5 knots
Length 85.00 metres
Beam 44.00 metres
Beam floaters 19.90 metres
Depth 5.60 metres
Draught loaded 3.70 metres
Draught sailing 2.60 metres
Bunker capacity 404 m3
Accommodation 12, containerised accommodation
Fi-fi equipment 1, stationary fi-fi pump
Anchor system 8-point mooring,
4 double drum winches, 70 tons capacity
Picture added on 03 November 2006
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