Entries by pacifictugeditor

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 […]

Pacific Tug Group successfully completes a complicated wreck removal in the heart of the Whitsundays

Pacific Tug Group have successfully completed a complicated wreck removal in the heart of the Whitsundays.  The 82’ Sunseeker caught fire and sunk in the Hamilton Island Marina and Pacific Tug were engaged to provide a “zero environmental harm” method of removal.  The casualty was removed along with its pumpable contents in the week long […]

Port boost for Bundy

An informative article written by Journalist, Glen Norris featured in The Courier Mail’s City Beat shares an update on progress at Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg.

Stage 1 of Pacific Marine Base nears completion

We are very excited to see the Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg being featured in BundabergNow.  Check out the link below to read more about how this project is tracking. https://www.bundabergnow.com/2023/02/01/stage-1-of-pacific-marine-base-nears-completion/

Happy New Year to all in 2023

Happy New Year to all in 2023. It’s already started with a bang at Pacific Marine Base – Brisbane. Last week the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd dredge, BRISBANE, arrived for some preventative maintenance. Everything went well with special thanks to M & T Welding. The easy access and greater wharf capabilities allow for more efficient […]