|Ship Name:||MARÍA PITA (BS-14)|
Maritime Safety Agency
|Ship Type:||AHT Tugboat
(Anchor Handling Tugs)
|Destination:||Finisterre / Porto Coast|
February 11, 2008
(BS-14) Rescue Vessel - This ship is the third of 4 vessels twins for Maritime Safety Agency built at Valencia's Shipyard. These are designed to perform in different kinds of missions. Furthermore these vessels could towing vessels and help other boats in problems, also have the ability to fight fires at sea, marine pollution response and salvage of castaways.
In this ship I have installed and configured the Alarm Monitoring and Control System (AMCS) in order to check and control all the boat status. Also I have done the installation of the call system for drivers & chief engineers. And I have done the control & management of the power plant system (PMS).
Video attached where you can see the launching of María Pita at Valencia's Shipyard (SPAIN), this act was chaired by First Deputy Prime Minister of Spain on that time (01.19.2008), Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega.
Trip to Valencia for the initial commissioning and sea trials.
Sea trials - Valencia (SPAIN)
Main Deck Machinery
Engine Control Room
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Valencia's Shipyard (SPAIN)
Construction of Upper Decks
Construction of Hull and Propellers
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