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The Enigma will join her sister vessel the Genesis Rose built by MMS six years ago to catch lobsters crabs and whelks. The Enigma is kitted out with a 20-tonne seawater tank replenished with water every 10 minutes for lobsters and crabs plus a separate SMS Towage has taken delivery of another tug for its Belfast operations bringing the Hessle-based firms overall investment in the Northern Irish capital to 9m. The Turkish-built ASD Merchantman is sister tug to the ASD Masterman which started in the city in 2013 and joins the most modern fleet of omni- directional tugs in Belfast Harbour. Gareth Escreet SMS director said This is a significant level of investment and shows our commitment and confidence in the growing level of activity in Belfast. SMS was attracted to Belfast by the potential for work from a new offshore wind terminal and a purpose built cruise terminal. Last year a record 112000 cruise passengers passed through the port. o the Caspian Sea g the quest for oil wind and fish... Built to a shallow draft landing craft design with a maximum payload of 6000kg the Catro VI and Catro VII will operate as part of a survey fleet for a new oil refinery in Kazakhstan. Theyve been designed to carry a Land Rover and trailer loaded with equipment to survey a dredging channel in the shallow waters where the refinery is to be built said Vickie Prince Seahorse Marine business director. The vessels high density polyethylene material construction Seahorse Marine has built and delivered two survey vessels to be deployed in the Caspian Sea for Van Oord the Dutch dredging and land reclamation group. 15-tonne hold for storing whelks. MMS Ship Repairs managing director Rob Langton said We used to do a lot of fishing boats when we started the company up 20 years ago but its diminished now so its quite nice to build a fishing boat again. provides tremendous strength and buoyancy and contributes to a stable and reliable working platform designed to operate with minimal maintenance but great reliability and safety. Hull-based MMS Ship Repair has built the 49ft 1m Genesis Enigma for Genesis Fishing of Bridlington. Back fishing again Big in Belfast Powered by twin Volvo D3 engines coupled to twin Hamilton 241 Waterjets the vessels are 10m long have a 3m beam and are equipped with a large bow ramp powered by twin 12v winches. The Merchantman alongside the Irishman SMSs first Belfast tug Shallow water specialist the new Rix Sea shuttle Double dutch One of the survey vessels bound for Kazakhstan 5