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Our Porfolio of images

This is just a small selection of our vessels and facilities. More will be added as we develope this new website.


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Baker Island project for RSPB.

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Baker Island project for RSPB.

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Baker Island project for RSPB.

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Dredging at Kendal Wharf.

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Sealift on short tow out of Cowes.

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Sealift on short tow out of Cowes.

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Storebror on anoher towing operation

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Storebror towing our barge VR49

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No Where Island leaves the Jurraisic coastline

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A Solent sunset

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Storebror

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A new piling project

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A recent refit

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A recent refit

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A tow to Crouch Harbour, Essex, with this converted minesweeper called Egeria.

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A tow to Crouch Harbour, Essex, with this converted minesweeper called Egeria.

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VR 49, alongside Baker & Trayte crane barge in Portsmouth. For new client Herbosch-Kiere. Dredging at previous Floating Harbour site

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Hot-Work on Norse II

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Crane Barge and Dredger Norse II under tow, by tug Storebror

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Crane Barge and Dredger Norse II under tow, by tug Storebror

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No Name island

Nowhereisland is an artwork by Alex Hartley and is produced by Bristol-based arts organisation Situations. It caught the imagination of thousands of people across the world. 23,000 people from 90 countries have signed up to be citizens, contributing to the online constitution and responding to the year-long Resident Thinkers programme. More than 20 schools and community groups across the South West helped to plan how to welcome Nowhereisland to their local port. BP Norse Marine was commissioned to tow the project around the coastline and you can see the Storboro Tug featured throughout the video.

Alex was the first human to ever stand on Nowhereisland.

Nowhereisland is the Artists Taking the Lead project for South West England, part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and is led by artist Alex Hartley.

In summer 2012, Nowhereisland, a large-scale, island sculpture formed from an Arctic island will journey around the south west region of England, stopping at ports and harbours as a visiting 'island nation'. The story of Nowhereisland began in 2004, when artist Alex Hartley discovered an island which had been revealed from the melting ice of a retreating glacier in the High Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, whilst on a Cape Farewell expedition. Alex was the first human to ever stand on it and with the help of the Norwegian Polar Institute registered and named the island which is now included on all subsequent maps and charts.