SALVAGE & TOWAGE
Reliable Towage Service
The “Consortium Union of Tugs – Salvage Tugs Lyboussakis” is a family owned business existing for over 40 consecutive years and it has been occupied in the field of Towing and Salvage both nationally and internationally. Our company’s continuous development has led to its successful cooperation with big Shipping Companies, having as a result, its wide recognition along with its establishment in this field.“Lyboussakis Salvage and Towage” has been characterized by maritime services of high quality and consistency in all of its transactions.Therefore, by having simultaneously an adequate technical knowledge, proper equipment and well trained personnel, our main concentration is to be a service provider in the Salvage market. Our company is certified by Bureau Veritas with ISO for Quality Management, Health & Safety, Environment and ISM certified by Greek Ministry of Shipping.
On 4 July 2018 LYBOUSSAKIS Tugs, VERNICOS Tugs and SPANOPOULOS Group formed the consortium styled "MEDTUGS", which operates since then and provides services (towage, salvage under LOF or under common law, wreck removal, antipollution, underwater services etc) with 27 tugs and salvage tugs, ranging from 27 to 70 tons Bollard Pull in Greece, in the Mediterranean Sea, in the Black Sea and in any other part of the world. MEDTUGS operates with 21 tugs Piraeus, one tug is stationed at the port of -2- Lavrion, one tug is stationed at the port of Mykonos Island and four tugs are stationed at Thessaloniki, North Greece. MEDTUGS offered Salvage services on 12 occasions during its operation up today.
Combined Bollard Pull
Operations in 2019
Vessels Served in 2019
Salvage Operations in 2020
Harbour & Offshore Towage
Attention to Detail
Lyboussakis, an experienced marine service contractor, provides the vital link between ship and berth. Experienced crew, man our tugs and assist thousands of ships in the ports of our territory of activity. We have gained ample experience in providing towage services to all kinds of ships.
While national and international standards are continuously developing to higher levels, we have a longstanding record of being able to keep up with those developments. Our task is to provide competitive services and our tugs are compliant with the industry’s requirements and legal obligations.
Lyboussakis is Proffesional salvage company, according to Lloyd's List, offering marine emergency response coverage, with specialized equipment and experts, able to respond to incidents anywhere & anytime in the world. Our communication center in Neo Ikonio, Piraeus operating on 24x7 basis, as well as our strong and reliable co-operations all around the globe, guarantees immediate response and efficient service.
The company's expert personnel, includes selected advisors, consultants, salvage masters and salvage teams (naval architects, divers and technicians). This group of experts, supported by our specialized equipment, forms an ideal combination for every kind of salvage operations.
Attention to Detail
Lyboussakis provides environmental solutions to numerous marine casualties involving ships and/or their cargoes and have effectively prevented the pollution of the marine environment by oil, lubricants, chemicals and wastes. Lyboussakis delivers a full range of services including ship-to-ship/ship-to-shore cargo transfer, deep water oil recovery, tank cleaning, salvage and disposal of hazardous cargoes, refloating, towage, wreck removal, marine and salvage consultancy, environmental consultancy and contingency planning.
Nowadays offshore oil and gas installations face the increasing challenges of providing ample and tested technical solutions while addressing environmental challenges presented by deep sea operations in remote areas and hostile environments. While some of the well-known operators of the industry have decided to operate in the Hellenic Seas, our company, together with our strong co-operators (OSRA), is offering a range of services in support of protecting and safeguarding the marine environment in offshore, inshore as well as in coastal waters, in assessing environmental impacts while satisfying such an ever changing, stricter [and very demanding] regulatory framework.