TERNEUZEN - Ghent, Belgium       Call sign - ORMT     IMO number - 8915469     Owner - Towage & Salvage Union Ltd., Belgium

Location - Photographed while she was underway at Terneuzen, Holland     Photograph Date - 26 May 2002
Photographer - Douglas Cromby     Added to archive - 22 Feb 2003     Last updated - 24 Feb 2003

SHIP'S HISTORY

  Construction started - June 1990
  Keel laid - December 1990
  Launched - June 1991
  Delivered - August 1991

  (a) Terneuzen - Belgium

  As of February 2003 Terneuzen was still in service

PARTICULARS

  Ship type - Salvage / harbour tug
  Gross tonnage - 249
  Net tonnage - 74
  Deadweight tonnage - 134
  L.O.A. - 31.99 meters
  L.B.P. - 27.28 meters
  Width overall - 9.05 meters
  Width moulded - 8.70 meters
  Draught - 1.55 meters
  Depth - 3.99 meters

CONSTRUCTION

  Yard name - N.V. Scheepswerf van Rupelmonde
  Country - Rupelmonde, Netherlands
  Hull number - 464
  Engine builder - Anglo-Belgian Corporation, Belgium
  Number of engines - 1
  Engine type - A.B.C. 8MDZC diesel
  Horsepower - unknown
  Speed - 13.5 knots
  Bow/stern thuster hp - Retractable direction fixed pitch bow thruster (Aquamaster)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Former owners, managers, accidents, conversions, cargoes, voyages, sightings or corrections etc - Viewer contributions

* Terneuzen was designed to operate in the Baltic Sea, North Sea, Irish Sea and the English Channel between 61 degrees North and 48 degrees North. She is also quite active in the ports around Belgium and Holland

Information sources - Fairplay Internet Ship Register, Lloyds Registers & Marine News - The World Ship Society

Additonal Information - Sylvia Masson - Quebec, Canada

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