Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Basiluzzo M

Tug Alfredo Neri, Tanker Basiluzzo M, IMO 9323857, port of Livorno
The 122-meter tanker “Basiluzzo M” maneuvering to her berth with the help of the tug “Alfredo Neri”.
(Picture taken last August)
See also: Alfredo Neri
Search labels: tug
External links: Basiluzzo - Aeolian Islands (Wikipedia)

12 comments:

Lowell said...

One of my good friends is a former Captain in the U.S. Navy and he piloted several warships in various waters. I don't think I'd want to do that...to pilot a ship like this must take great skill, even with the help of a wonderful tugboat!

Revrunner said...

And I was going to say clear communication, too.

Randy said...

The tugboat looks so small.

William Kendall said...

Quite impressive!

Dina said...

Great teamwork.

Gunn said...

I LOVE Blue and I like to see tug boats, so this is a very nice posting:)

Enjoy the Christmas/ holiday time!

Greetings from the north of Europe.

Karl Demetz said...

These scenes are always fascinating to me.

Buon Natale, VP !

Luis Gomez said...

Excellent! Merry Christmas VP.

cieldequimper said...

Sigh, I'm remembering taking photos with you!

Happy Christmas Eve to you both!

Lois Evensen said...

My Honey used to work on these many, many years ago while in the merchant marine. It's quite different for him at sea now.

Merry Christmas! I also want you to know I enjoy your blog all year long. :)

Lois

Birdman said...

Your harbor shots are so reminiscent of our Casco Bay traffic.

Arianna said...

E la nave va...auguroni!! Arianna