Conventional (single screw and twin screw) tugs for charter

Seeking tugs for long-distance towing jobs? Then view the conventional tugs we have for you to charter – they’re more fuel efficient than those with more complex azimuth and Voith Schneider propulsion systems. Below is just a typical selection – for more information, please contact us with details of your requirements.

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  • Location: West Africa
    Folio #: TU028C
    Vessel Details

    Seagoing twin screw tug for charter / 52tbp

    Build Date : 1977 Propulsion : Twin Screw
    Class : BV Bollard Pull (t) : 52
    Dims (L x B x Dr.) : 35 x 10.5 x 5.2 Fuel Cap. (m3) :
    Main Engines : 2 x Ruston Winches :
    Power (bhp) : Fire Fighting :

    Vessel Description/Notes:

    DSB can offer this 52 bollard pull twin screw tug for sale. She will be available in May 2017. Please contact us for further information.

  • Location: North Europe
    Folio #: TU022C
    Vessel Details

    Harbour tug for charter / Damen Stantug 21tbp

    Build Date : 2004 Propulsion : Twin Screw
    Class : BV Bollard Pull (t) : 20.8
    Dims (L x B x Dr.) : 19.5x6.04x2.59 Fuel Cap. (m3) :
    Main Engines : 2 x CAT Winches :
    Power (bhp) : 1440 Fire Fighting :

    Vessel Description/Notes:

    DSB Offshore can offer for charter this Damen Stantug. She is capable of towing, mooring and pushing operations. She has a bollard pull of just over 20 tonnes and accommodation for 5 in 2 cabins. Please contact us for further information.
     

  • Location: Med
    Folio #: TU016C
    Vessel Details

    Twin screw tug for charter / 47tbp

    Build Date : 2008 Propulsion : Twin Screw
    Class : ABS Bollard Pull (t) : 47
    Dims (L x B x Dr.) : 25.53x8.6x3 Fuel Cap. (m3) :
    Main Engines : 2 x Caterpillar Winches :
    Power (bhp) : 3302 Fire Fighting :

    Vessel Description/Notes:

    DSB Offshore can offer this twin Screw Tug boat for charter. Designed by the world respected Naval Architect Robert Allen this 'Dogancay Class' tug has a length of 24m lbp. Her Caterpillar engines produce 3200 bhp and a bollard pull of 48tbp. Accommodation is provided for up to 8 persons in 4 cabins.