Seaways names latest anchor handling tug

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE Keppel Singmarine, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine, says it is on track to deliver its fifth anchor handling tug to Seaways International on time and with a perfect safety record.

The vessel was named Seaways 24 at a ceremony held recently at Keppel Singmarine.

Seaways 24 is a multi-task anchor handling tug that is designed to carry out an array of offshore activities. The vessel is equipped with Class 1 and 2 fire-fighting capabilities, Class 1 oil recovery capabilities, and comes with a designed bollard pull of 120 metric tons (132 tons).


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Seaways 24 anchor handling tug
Seaways 24 will be the fifth anchor handling tug that Keppel Singmarine has delivered to Seaways International. (Photo courtesy Keppel Corp. Ltd.)

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