Entries by pacifictugeditor

PT Monto returns after an epic 75 day voyage

The PT Monto has returned to Brisbane today after an epic 75 day voyage completing over a full circumnavigation of Australia. Master, Shane Wakelin and crew Craig Smith, John Sheppard, Paul Coggan, Joshua Brockfield and Dylan Davies successfully delivered Pilbara SEMP from the Port of Eden, NSW, to Ashburton, WA.  The Monto and crew commenced […]

A new week at PMBB and a new look

Damaged Banner Mesh replaced for new, as the Stage 1 development pushes towards a major milestone with all major in ground works to be finalised this month. Fitzgerald Construction running ahead of schedule and on budget. Well done to all involved.

Pacific Marine Base – Brisbane acts as a first point of entry

We recently welcomed the Hall Contracting Pty Ltd tug, Katea and Orion barge after work in Tuvalu and a docking in Fiji.  The barge is looking immaculate.  Pacific Marine Base – Brisbane acts as a first point of entry FPOE for visiting international vessels and also provide biosecurity services including fumigation and wash down facilities for containers, […]

Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg site construction progressing well

Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg is progressing well with the installation of the last main cell for Stage 1 set to be in the ground by Easter. Fitzgerald Construction will reconfigure the staging frame after the Easter break to start installing the linking cells that will mark the end of the Wharf Structure Phase of the […]

Pacific Tug Group Commercial Manager, Kim Jenkins, presents at Bundaberg Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Meeting

An energising morning for our Commercial Manager, Kim Jenkins, who was invited to present at the Bundaberg Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Meeting in Bundaberg this morning. This event was focused on the exciting developments at the Port of Bundaberg which Pacific Tug Group is proud to be part of. We’d like to thank Bundaberg & District Chamber […]

Lift went off without a hitch at Pacific Marine Base – Brisbane

Following on from the successful salvage by Pacific Tug Group in Hamilton Island Marina, the team at Universal Cranes brought the enormous AT450t onto our loadout wharf to lift the casualty off Pacific Tug Group‘s semi-submersible barge PT Camel.  The lift went without a glitch thanks to excellent planning from Universal Cranes and Pacific Marine […]