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Abeille Liberté

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Yard number  40
Length  80 m
Beam  16 m
Homeport  Cherbourg, France
Draft  6 m
Builder  Gursken
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Owner  GIE Abeille Bourbon, Marseilles, France (Groupe Bourbon)
Operator  Les Abeilles International, Le Havre, France (Groupe Bourbon)
Christened  Annie Blanchet, 17 November 2005
Identification  Call sign FMDI IMO number 9308699 MMSI number 226265000

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The Abeille Liberté is an emergency tow vessel (salvage tug) based in Cherbourg, France. It is a sister ship of Abeille Bourbon.


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It was built at the Myklebust Verft shipyard in Gursken, Norway, which is part of the Kleven Maritime group. It was delivered in October 2005 and officially inaugurated on 17 November 2005.

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Abeille Liberté is owned by Abeilles International, a unit of Groupe Bourbon. The crew is made up of sailors of the merchant marine. It is chartered to the French government and can be called upon by the Maritime Prefect of the English Channel and North Sea at any time.

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Notable operations

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It was one of two French tugs called upon to tow the damaged container ship MSC Napoli in January 2007.

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