© Mike SartinMV Dominant – Past and Present

MV OTC Kenneth

ex Dominant

Roy Thornton Collection

Roy Thornton Collection

Steel twin screw diesel engined tug built 1957-8 by P.K. Harris, Appledore. (Yard No 108) for the Dover Harbour Board.

Technical Data

  • Length: 27.52m (99.27 ft)(overall), 26.8m (88 ft) (between perpendiculars)
  • Breadth: 7.60m (24.11 ft)(Extreme)
  • Draught: 3.04m (9.97 ft) maximum
  • Tonnage: 161 gross, 154
  • Engines: 2 x 8-cylinder 22.292 reverse reduction geared Lister/Blackstone & Co diesels
  • Rated: 1,040 bhp
  • Speed: 12.5 knots
  • Bollard Pull: 21 tons
  • Call Sign: MXXF (@ 1974), HO4065 (@ 1984)
  • ID Number: 5091834
  • Official Number: R-008-SDG
  • Registry: Dover (1958 – 1984), San Domingo (1984 – )
  • Sister Ship: Diligent

History

October 23rd 1957: Launched.

March 1958: Delivered to Dover Harbour Board at Dover

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1984: To Frank Pearce (Tugs) Ltd at Poole

1984: To OTC – Oil Transport Co SA at Santa Domingo renamed OTC KENNETH (Operations Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and West Indies. North & South American east coast between Nova Scotia & Rio de la Plata)

August 24th 1990: Surveys overdue – Class suspended.

1996: Still in Lloyd’s Register, later fate unknown.


All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for errors and omissions. We would like to thank: Mike Sartin for his assistance in producing this feature.

Special thanks go to World Ship Society (East Kent Branch).

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)


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