ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
TROJAN TIDE
Type
VESSEL, OIL RIG SUPPLY
Date
1975
Official Number
359094
Description
Yard Number: 966

Aberdeen Press & Journal. 25 March 1975 (page 5):
'Tug Supply Vessel Named in Aberdeen'
'Scene at Aberdeen shipyard of Hall, Russell and Co. Ltd., yesterday when the yard's new graving dock was brought specially into use for the naming of the new tug-supply vessel Trojan Tide.
It will be two weeks before the dock is fully operational, but the new facility provided a good inspection point for guests at the ceremony.
This was carried out by Mrs John Wright, whose husband is chairman and managing director of the shipbuilding company.
The Trojan Tide, built for Tidewater Marine Inc., New Orleans, was handed over to Tidewater's managing director, Mr Fritz Culver.
The ship was not named at her launching since it is the owner's practice to defer ceremony until their ships are commissioned.
Trojan Tide will enter service immediately with her first charter to J. Ray McDermott (UK) Ltd.
A second vessel for the same owners is being built at Footdee.'

2003-2004 Lloyds Register, renamed NICO SATWA (1993) and subsequently renamed NICO SATTAHIP (2002), Port of Registry: Bangkok, Flag: Thailand, owner/manager: NICO Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Dubai.

2006 Owners Vastalux Sendirian Berhad, Kuala Lumpur., renamed VASTA JATI (7342495) still in service 2012
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Owner
Tidewater Marine Service Inc, Aberdeen
Dimensions
gross tonnage: 1080 ton

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