2010-built container ship Navios Dorado arrives at Felixstowe on the bright morning of 25 August, 2019, assisted by Felixstowe’s largest tugs, Svitzer Deben and Svitzer Kent.
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As Ultra Large Container Ship Ever Gifted prepares to sail from Felixstowe, ASD tug Svitzer Deben picks up the ship’s heaving line and sends up her towline to make fast.
With 2 of Evergreen Line’s Ultra Large Container Ships alongside at Felixstowe, Ever Genius’s departure on the morning of 6 May 2019 gives an opportunity for an up-close look at…
An up-close view of tug Svitzer Deben making fast to container ship Bremen Belle on the sunny morning of 24 April 2019, at the Port of Felixstowe.
With a chilly North Easterly breeze and sunshine, geared general cargo and container-equipped vessel Aal Kobe arrives at the Port of Felixstowe for her first call on the morning of…
A look at one of Felixstowe’s Svitzer fleet, Svitzer Deben, hustling back to the pontoon on the 29 August, and dredger Barents Zanen, making one of her regular visits to…
Tug Svitzer Deben makes fast as Ultra Large Container Ship Eugen Maersk moves away from berth 9 at Felixstowe, morning of 2 July 2018.
The 2014-built container ship Swansea emerges from the mist at Felixstowe, with tug Deben astern.
Part 2 of a new Shipping TV 2-part video: Svitzer Deben comes to the aid of Svitzer Stanford and Intrepid to make it all look easy – and they swing…
14,300 TEU CSCL Saturn sailing from Felixstowe at around 7.30am on 1st August, 2016, attended by tugs Svitzer Shotley and Svitzer Deben.
Felixstowe Svitzer tugs Sky and Deben head out of the harbour to bring in MSC Cordoba on the morning of 21st July 2016.
Tugs Svitzer Deben and Svitzer Stanford working hard to berth Maersk Erving on the breezy afternoon of 12th May 2016:
Svitzer’s new Felixstowe-based Svitzer Intrepid working with Svitzer Intrepid to berth MSC Marina, around 8am on the morning of 3rd December 2015.
New Shipping TV video: Svitzer Deben, a brand new tug built in Vietnam, arrived to start work at the Port of Felixstowe today, 12th November 2014: