The new vessel, the purchase of which was financed by Credito Emiliano, has a Bollard Pull of 82 tons and will operate in the Campania capital’s airport.
In the port of Naples, the new tug named Tarentum built by the Turkish shipyard Sanmar was delivered to Rimorchiatori Napoletani and celebrated with a special christening ceremony.
At the beginning of the month, the Cimmino Carnevale De Filippis law firm had announced that it had assisted the concessionaire of the towing service in the Campania capital’s airport in the loan agreement by Credito Emiliano “for the purchase from the Turkish shipyard Sanmar Denizcilik Makina Ve Ticaret As of a new tug called Tarentum and intended to join the fleet of Rimorchiatori Napoletani operating in the port of Naples”. The Cimmino Carnevale De Filippis studio team was led by Gianni Cimmino, Beniamino Carnevale and Mario Rondinella.
With a gross tonnage of 458 and a deadweight of 137, the Tarentum entered service in recent days; she is a latest generation tugboat, capable of carrying out both towing operations in port and assistance on the high seas and recoil – anti-pollution activities.
28.20 meters long, 12.6 meters wide and with a draft of 5.3 meters, it is equipped with 2 azimuthal engines with a total power of 5,050 kW which result in a fixed point shooting capacity of 82 tons.
(Source: Shipping Italy)