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ASD tug “Lomax” Arrives Norway

ASD TUG “LOMAX” ARRIVES NORWAY Lomax, which was delivered to Norwegian operator, Østensjø Rederi with a special re-naming and delivery ceremony on 19th January 2013, arrived to port of Ulsteinvik, Norway to deliver a tow. The vessel Lomax picked up the tow in the Ukraine. The tow is the new build casco X-BOW vessel Blue [...]

By | March 3rd, 2013|News|

ULUPINAR 14 Handed Over SMS TOWAGE

ULUPINAR 14 handed over SMS TOWAGE One of Sanmar’s most popular tugs is the neat, compact and yet surprisingly roomy Ulupinar Series. Some 15 of this exclusive and versatile ASD model designed by the Robert Allan Limited team with considerable input from Ali Gurun, project director at Sanmar, have now been built. However, Ulupinar 14, [...]

By | January 1st, 2013|News|

M/T LOMAX delivered to Østensjø Rederi

M/T LOMAX delivered to Østensjø Rederi Working in Harmony On 19th January 2013, Sanmar held a special re-naming and delivery ceremony at its custom-built construction facility located near Istanbul to mark the hand-over of a brand new, high-spec, fire-fighting terminal tug to the leading Norwegian operator, Østensjø Rederi. The 80-tonne bollard pull vessel departed Turkey [...]

By | January 1st, 2013|News|

Lomax

Lomax Østensjø Rederi, the Norwegian operator, is renowned for insisting on the highest standards of fit-out aboard its tugs. It is discerning enough to only use those tug builders that it knows can provide the high quality of finish to which its crews have become accustomed. Sanmar has recently completed and launched a second tugboat [...]

By | November 11th, 2012|News|

Two NEW SERIES from SANMAR SHIPYARD

Two NEW SERIES from SANMAR SHIPYARD Sanmar has announced two new series of ASD tugs which meet the requirements of the under 24m rule. These new models, all Robert Allan Limited designs, build on the phenomenal success of the builder’s 45 to 50 tonne bollard pull Ulupinar series of which 15 have now been constructed. [...]

By | October 10th, 2012|News|

SANMAR TERMINAL VIII is on the way

SANMAR TERMINAL VIII is on the way The next boat to be launched by Sanmar – its stern can be seen through the open door of the work shop in the background – is a similar Terminal Class ASD for export. But this one will be heading in the opposite direction around the world, for [...]

By | September 15th, 2012|News|

The First 50-tonne Ulupinar Series Tugboat Has Joined The Fleet

The First 50-tonne Ulupinar series tugboat has joined the fleet One of Sanmar’s most impressive designs, the Ulupinar Series, is a compact 45-tonne bollard pull ASD, exclusive to Sanmar, which is the result of a number of brain storming sessions between the renowned Robert Allan Limited team of naval architects and Sanmar’s own experienced engineers [...]

By | September 9th, 2012|News|

Keel-Laying Ceremony at SANMAR Shipyard

Keel-Laying Ceremony at SANMAR Shipyard The eight vessel of Sanmar’s 28.20m x 12.50m Terminal class ASD tugboats will be joining the fleet of Pakistan’s number two port, Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, located 35km east of Karachi. Commonly known as PQA and named after General Muhammad Bin Qasim, it is the country’s deepest port and currently [...]

By | September 9th, 2012|News|

FIVE LAUNCHINGS IN AS MANY MONTHS

FIVE LAUNCHINGS IN AS MANY MONTHS From its new custom-built construction facility in Tuzla Bay near Istanbul, leading Turkish tug builder Sanmar Marine has succeeded in launching five brand new tugs in less than five months – both ASDs and conventional twin-screw units. Dogancay XXIV, as the latest vessel is named, is another Robert Allan [...]

By | August 8th, 2012|News|

Turkish Quartet Make Big Maiden Voyage

Turkish Quartet Make Big Maiden Voyage Sanmar Marine’s chairman, Orhan Gürün, flew from Istanbul to Vancouver, British Columbia, in early July as an honoured guest at the naming ceremonies of three new powerful RAstar Class azimuthing tug boats built at the company’s yard located on the outskirts of Turkey’s largest city. Vessel designer Robert Allan, [...]

By | July 7th, 2012|News|

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