It happened when a ship's towline
snagged on a pipeline below the vessel about 130 miles south-east of Aberdeen, which then ruptured.
Capable of operation in temperatures ranging from -20A[bar]C to 45A[bar]C, the 8840mm wide, 7990mm high recovery frame has a nominal towline
tension capacity of 200 tonnes with a lateral force of 50 tonnes.
In the Black Sea province of Samsun, municipality issued a warning to residents about snowfall to take necessary measures and drivers were warned to drive carefully with necessary equipment such as tire chains, towline
Young, a resident of Queens, NY, perished when entrapped in the capstan of the boat by a towline
under great pressure during an improperly conducted "swing maneuver.
detached and the riders were helpless to control the chute.
The net was towed along the surface on the starboard side using a spinnaker pole to position the towline
outside the wake of the vessel.
He said his hand got caught in a loop in the towline
and he couldn't pull it out before the line tightened.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said the tug had connected a towline
to the Integrity and they were travelling slowly away from the Outer Reef and awaiting the arrival of the larger tugs.
To assist with the setting up of the towline
, we then transferred one of our volunteers from the lifeboat to the cruiser.
Llandudno RNLI spokesman Alan Sharp said: "The lifeboat crew quickly rigged a towline
, and the yacht was taken to Conwy, where she was safely berthed in the marina.
On arrival, crew member Peter Gunn leapt into the water to attach a towline
so the cruiser could be towed to a slipway near the Riverside Stadium.
A couple of times we disconnected the towline
and we went further out to sea.