The push/pull tug Steven B operates on the River Thames and connected waterways in the South East of England. She is also capable for close coastal work.

Steven B’s design means she is equally comfortable towing in the Lower Reaches as she is undertaking complex towing operations in to the heart of London and into the Upper Reaches. Her relative shallow draft allows her to access more restricted areas.

She has been involved with specialist barge movements such as the relocation of one of the last remaining Concordes to a museum in Scotland. More recently she has been providing services to aid with work taking place on the Thameslink Project.


  • Length Overall: 23.37m
  • Beam: 5.70m
  • Moulded Depth: 2.20m
  • Main Engine: 1220 BHP
  • Classification: PLA
  • Electrical Power: 24V DC, 240V AC and 440V AC
  • Net Tonnage: 81T
  • Bollard Pull: 12T


  • Navigation Manager
  • Radar
  • Bow Thruster
  • VHF Radio
  • Knuckle Boom Crane
  • Galley & Toilet



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