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Webinar - Tug Use in Port with Henk Hensen


published on 7 December 2021 250 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "AMPI Editor". Recorded on 2021-12-06. Originally published on 2021-12-07.
02:29 Captain Henk Hensen introduces the 4th Edition of his book Tug Use in Port with new topics including tug operation in swell and working with naval ships.

27:52 Captain Scott Clinton describes the development of active tug escort for tankers approaching Newcastle Harbour.
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