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AHTS BRAGE VIKING

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Anchor handling tug supply (AHTS)
Anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels are vessels...
Anchor handling tug supply (AHTS)
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Service Vessel: Anchor Handling Tug
An Anchor-Handling Tug (AHT ) moves anchors and tows...

AHTS Ship Scale Model shown here is ordered by BRAGE VIKING . Viking Supply Ships (VSS) core business is within the Offshore and Offshore/Icebreaking segment on a World Wide basis.VSS holds a unique expertise within the general offshore industry dating back to the start of the company in 1974, customization and innovation, combined with a leading position in safety and the environment are key success factors. In addition to a modern AHTS fleet customized for icy operations the company has vast experience in executing operations in ice conditions and under harsh weather with ship’s officers onboard AHTS vessels an average of more than 20 years’ experience of icebreaking and offshore work. Assignments are completed in Arctic waters for customers such as Shell US, Statoil, Hydro and Cairn Energy.

The Scale Model (Ship Model) was made by Miniaturindo , the number one Scale-Model Maker in Indonesia. If your company wants to create a miniature scale model of the best quality for your ships, we believe that Miniaturindo is the right choice for you.

Miniaturindo very experienced in producing ship models like this.

An Anchor-Handling Tug (AHT ) moves anchors and tows drilling vessels, lighters and similar vessels. An Anchor-handling Tug & Supply (AHTS ) is a combined supply and anchor-handling ship. An Anchor is a heavy hooked instrument which, when lowered to the seabed, holds a vessel in place by its connecting cable. An Anchor Handling Tug is a tug equipped with a winch to lift a working barge’s anchors. It is also often used as the working barge’s tow tug. An Anchor Pendant is a wire which is attached to the crown of an anchor, enabling it to be pulled out of the seabed. The pendant wire is used by the anchor handling tug to set and retrieve anchors using the cable eye on the free end of the wire.