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Daniel GIB
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MARIA ONORATO

Post by Daniel GIB » Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:30 am

At Cagliari on the 19th July.

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Daniel
DANIEL FERRO

Regards from the 'ROCK'

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Magoonigal
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Re: MARIA ONORATO

Post by Magoonigal » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:16 pm

Bet you is more than 2/3............
Salvage Tug.
Rimorchiatori Sardi SpA. Cagliari. Italy.

Built by Cant. Nav. A Giorgetti, Viareggio. Yard Number 25. 1977.
387 Gross.
Twin Engine, Single Prop. Total Power 4,410 hp.

No prior name in Mr Lloyds Big Black Book so assume built for Owners.
Paul Hood.

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nekriek
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Re: MARIA ONORATO -1977-

Post by nekriek » Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:56 pm

MARIA ONORATO (M. ONORATO)

(sisterships: MARIA ONORATO, VINCENZO O.)
Registered: IMO 7512519 (RI 54820) /(ITA)ON 482
376 GRT, 66 NRT, L35,21m(31,42), B9,89m(9,50), Dr4,706m, Dp4,86m - salv.
1 cpp, 2x diesel 4t 9cyl MAN type G9V30/45ATL, 4410bhp-3244kW total

MARIA ONORATO (M. ONORATO)
1977 -16/04: Launched by "Cantieri Navale A. Giorgetti" at Viareggio (ITA) (YN 25) (keel laid 01/01/1977)
1977 -01/09: delivered to "Rimorchiatori Sardi SpA" at Cagliari (ITA)
(ITA flag, regd Cagliari, ON 482, c/s IMOO)
200x: (ITA flag, regd Cagliari, ON 482, c/s IMOO, MMSI:247482000, 387 GRT, 116 NRT)
2005: To "MOBY SpA" at Portoferraio (ITA)
2010: still in service

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Cheers, Piet

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Tug Chief
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Re: MARIA ONORATO

Post by Tug Chief » Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:57 am

Does anyone have her BP?

From 4410 BHP on a single shaft i would expect to see at least 65 tonnes, probably more!

Darren.

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