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SMCP STANDARD MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASE For Tug Assistance

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Tug assistance

.1. We will take … tug(s).
.2. The tug(s) will pull / push.

.3. We use the towing line(s) of your vessel.
.3.1. We use the towing line(s) of the tug(s).

.4. Stand by for making fast the tug(s).

.5. Use the centre lead / panama lead.
.5.1. Use the fairlead
~ on port side / starboard side.
~ amidships.
~ on port bow / starboard bow.
~ on port / starboard quarter.

.6. Send heaving line(s) to the tug(s).
.7. Send two towing line(s) to the tug(s).

.8 Lower towing line(s)
~ to the tug(s).
~ … metre(s) from the water.

.9. Slack away towing line(s).

.10. Make fast the tug(s).

.10.1 Make fast the tug(s)
~ forward / aft.
~ on port bow / starboard bow.
~ on port quarter / starboard quarter.

.11. Make fast the forward / aft tug(s) alongside on port side / starboard side.
.12. Make fast … tug(s) on each bow / quarter.
.13. Put the eyes of the towing line(s) on bitts.
.14. The tug(s) is / are fast (on … ).
.15. Keep clear of towing line(s).
.16. Stand by for letting go the tug(s).
.17. Let go the tug(s).
.18. Towing line(s) is/are broken.

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