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tugs

stout leather loops, connected to the backband or saddle, into which vehicle shafts fit.
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Then I sprang toward the edge of the deck closest to the girl upon the sinking tug.
Instantly as though with implicit confidence in my ability to save her, she leaped over the side of the tug onto the sloping, slippery side of the U-boat.
The sinking tug drew us far below the surface; but I had seized her the moment I struck the water, and so we went down together, and together we came up--a few yards from the U-boat.
The Stan Tugs 1907 were chosen based on Damens reputation for quality and fact-finding visits made by the management of The Great Lakes Towing Company to Damen in the Netherlands.
Most traditional tugs in a comparable size-range are designs from the 70's and 80's that did not really evolve during the past 30 years.
With six barges, four tugs, and three landing crafts, 85 percent of the company's business and revenue comes from marine fuel delivery.
The delivery of the two ASD 2810 tugs is part of a seven-vessel order that the yard is currently working on for NSW.
In addition to the pilot boats, two new 85 tonnes bollard pull tugs and one 30 tonnes pull tug will join ADPC Marine Services' fleet next year, increasing the tug fleet size to nine tugs of various capacities.
He expressed these views while addressing the Handing over Ceremony of 32 Ton Bollard Pull Tug built for Pakistan Navy held here at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works on Monday.
Simultaneously, a number of new powerful tugs and work methods for tugs face advantages and disadvantages that must be carefully studied to make them more effective in using tugs and increasing their possibilities.
He then had spells on tugs in the Gulf of Mexico, West Africa and the Caspian Sea and is now a lecturer in nautical studies at South Tyneside College.
In their heyday canal tugs would haul trains of up to six boats laden with coal for the furnaces and other payloads of up to 25 tons each.