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EMAR Offshore Services goes with Damen

The Dutch maritime services company, EMAR Offshore Services, has placed an order for a second Damen ASD Tug 2811.

Left to right: Johan van Beek, managing director EMAR Offshore Services, Vincent de Maat, sales manager Damen and Wilbert Versteeg, commercial director EMAR Offshore Services, during the contract signing.

To be christened E-TWO, the new vessel will be delivered to the client in the first quarter of 2019.

The ASD Tug 2811 is one of Damen’s next-generation harbour tugs.

An upgraded version of the ASD Tug 2810, it has been further optimised for the decade ahead with features that include full compliance with the new stability regulations, a modular marine NOx reduction system and the Damen Digital Platform to maximise performance and reliability. 

With 60 tonnes of bollard pull and excellent maneuverability, Damen said it is capable of taking on almost any ship-handling operation, even in restricted waterways.

Established in 2010, EMAR Offshore Services operates worldwide and delivers offshore logistics support services, including heavy lift and semi-submersible operations to companies involved in the oil and gas, construction, and mining sectors.

www.emaroffshoreservices.com

www.damen.com

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