Four tugs lying in the James Watt Dock this evening, three of them 'locals' with a new tug in their midst. On the left is SVITZER MALLAIG, with WARRIOR III berthed astern of her, while KINDEACE, the new tug which arrived on the Clyde during the early hours of today, lies ahead of AYTON CROSS. Owned by J P Knight, KINDEACE was acquired in July, and is more usually found working from her Invergordon base on the Cromarty Firth. She was built in 2005 in Japan, and originally named FUJI MARU. She is fitted with twin azimuth units, like the other tugs shown in this view. I understand that she will be assisting the Clyde fleet for a few weeks. Meanwhile, the tug RED DOLPHIN, has left Rotterdam with a 400-tonne floating crane, GPS ATLAS, to recover the wreck of FLYING PHANTOM. They are due to arrive in around a week's time.