Sunday, 22 February 2009


The arrival this morning of KINGDOM OF FIFE brought a welcome splash of colour to the otherwise drab liveries more usually seen in the Great Harbour. Built by the Damen Group for Briggs Marine, this 61.2 metre long anchor handing tug/supply vessel is being used by her owners, as subcontractors to Serco Denholm, to work with buoys and moorings, as well as for general towage duties. The hull of KINGDOM OF FIFE, a Damen 6114 design, was built a number of years ago in Romania but completed in Holland in 2008 at an reported cost of €14 million. She has a quoted bollard pull of 75 tonnes.


Anonymous said...

Superb image John