ALP Maritime takes delivery of the ALP Keeper
ALP Maritime has taken official delivery of ALP Keeper in Okayama, Japan. The vessel left the yard soon after the signing ceremony showing off her maneuverability to all people on the quay side, the Company said in its press release.
ALP Keeper is part of the ALP Future Class, which vessels have a fuel capacity of 3400 m3 of IFO/MGO – sufficient for non-stop Trans-Atlantic/Indian, Pacific Ocean towing operations without fuel calls. The
ALP Fleet is designed for world-wide long distance towage of the largest floating objects, with the ability to offer additional services such as salvage, anchor handling, (long term) positioning/ heading control and mooring/survey works.