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Spanish Navy acquires the Port Of Marín tugboat for 4.8 Million Euros

The boat belongs to Amare Marín and was built by Nodosa shipyard

Spanish Navy, through its Economic Management Directorate of the Logistics Support Headquarters, has just awarded the Amare Marín company the supply of the ASD (Azimuth Stern Drive) TUG roadstead tug for an amount of almost 4.8 million euros.
The ship that now comes into service of the Navy, with the contract already formalized, as reflected in the Contractor's Profile, is the Port of Marín, built by the Marín shipyard Nodosa.
The boat is 26.5 meters long, 8.5 meters wide and 4.60 meters deep. Additionally, the tugboat is equipped with two Cartepillar 5512 engines.
The acquisition of this ship is part of the Navy's auxiliary ship renewal plan, which aims to replace ships that have been in service for an average of 40 years.
Regarding the winning company, Amare Marín was founded in 1993 by Antonio Alonso. Amare currently has a fleet of a dozen tugboats that carry out their duties daily in the Port of Marín.
Source: Diario de Pontevedra
Image: Nodosa