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Second 'next-generation' tug due

Damen's upgraded version of its best-selling ASD Tug 2810, the ASD Tug 2811, has been further optimised for the decade ahead.

The ‘next-generation’ Damen harbour tug includes full compliance with the new stability regulations, a modular marine NOx reduction system and the Damen Digital Platform to maximise performance and reliability.

In addition to the new features, the ASD 28111 boasts 60-tonnes of bollard pull and superb manoeuvrability meaning that almost any ship-handling operation can be undertaken, even in restricted waterways

EMAR Offshore Services, a Netherlands-based dedicated maritime service company, has placed an order for the Damen ASD Tug 2811. This stock vessel will be named E-TWO and delivered in the first quarter of 2019. E-TWO will be the second ASD Tug 2811 to be delivered so far.

EMAR operates all over the world supporting oil & gas, construction and mining companies with their need for knowledge and equipment. The company has its own fleet of six tugs, five of which have been built by Damen.

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