The high sea tug Abeille Bourbon
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On December 31, 2005, the Abeille Bourbon left Stiff Bay downwind of Ouessant Island to meet a barge adrift in the Ouessant rail. This intervention, assistance and rescue tug intervenes in all weathers conditions to rescue men and ships in distress.
80 meters long, with a pulling force of 200 tons and 12 crew members, she takes part in the action of the French Government (symbolized by the three-color bands painted on the hull)." Accompanying her in intervention has always been a privilege for me, and I owe this image to the talent of my pilot of the day, who was making his last flight this day." Philip Plisson
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