Livett’s Group add new tug Gray Vixen to their commercial fleet

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Livett’s Group are delighted to announce the successful acquisition of the Delta Tug; Gray Vixen. The tug was part of the Svitzer fleet in Ipswich and will be relocated to a new base in Central London where she will partake in Livett’s towing and civil engineering work on the Tidal Thames and associated waterways.

“Gray Vixen is moving from one reputable stable to another. She is versatile, powerful and an excellent addition to our London fleet. Gray Vixen will be engaged in all areas of our business in particular completing high profile, large tows in Central London and beyond.” says Managing Director, Chris Livett.

Specification of Gray Vixen

Built in 1991

Length Overall – 16.5m

Waterline length – 15.74m

Depth – 2.4m

Draft – 2.3m

Beam – 5.18m

Deadweight – 19.066t

Engine – 2x Cummings KT19M


MCA Coded Cat 2: 60 miles from a safe haven

Livett’s has an enviable reputation for executing complicated high profile marine projects, from high profile PR events and filming jobs to large marine civil engineering assignments. Gray Vixen will complement the company’s existing fleet of flat top pontoons, workboats and barges to ensure safety and customer satisfaction are delivered in a cost effective and professional manner.

We look forward to working with our marine partners and other stakeholders using our new acquisition. Gray Vixen is available for charter or bare boat hire, please contact or call 020 7378 1211 for further details.