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jada, heilt greit det :)

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Limer inn bildeadressen i "img" og publiserer, men bilde blir borte.Hva skjer?


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det ser jo ut som om du får det til, så du gjør det nok rett. men den "img" funksjonen har jeg heller aldri forstått meg på, limer bare adressen rett inn der jeg skriver

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A new miniaturized BRAtt training tug has recently been completed in Canada by Adrenalin Marine. Canada's Adrenalin Marine has completed construction of a new ‘mini-tug' for training operators of high-technology Z-drive tugboats.

The 25.5ft by 11.9ft miniature tug is an outgrowth of a number of small radio-controlled model tugs built for training purposes by Ron Burchett of British Columbia and the design talents of Vancouver, BC-based Robert Allan, hence the name 'BRAtt' (Burchett Robert Allan training tug).

Costing about US$750,000 to build, the small tug is a quarter-scale version of existing Robert Allan designed Z-drive tugboats and will be used mainly for training, but with 8,000lbs of bollard pull, can also perform such work such as dead-tug movement, barge assist, yarding and acting as a line or boom boat.

Supplied by Jim Shaw


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A new miniaturized BRAtt training tug has recently been completed in Canada by Adrenalin Marine. Canada's Adrenalin Marine has completed construction of a new ‘mini-tug' for training operators of high-technology Z-drive tugboats.

The 25.5ft by 11.9ft miniature tug is an outgrowth of a number of small radio-controlled model tugs built for training purposes by Ron Burchett of British Columbia and the design talents of Vancouver, BC-based Robert Allan, hence the name 'BRAtt' (Burchett Robert Allan training tug).

Costing about US$750,000 to build, the small tug is a quarter-scale version of existing Robert Allan designed Z-drive tugboats and will be used mainly for training, but with 8,000lbs of bollard pull, can also perform such work such as dead-tug movement, barge assist, yarding and acting as a line or boom boat.

Supplied by Jim Shaw





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