This page is dedicated to photographs of the then mightiest Ocean Going Tug in the World, which as it happens was the second "Most Powerful" Tug built at the Leith Shipyards of Robb Caledon the previous one of course being the LLOYDSMAN
This followed a pedigree of building the best tugs in the World followed on from the many Bustler Class tugs built at Leith during the Second World War.
The WOLRAAD WOLTEMADE is in the background in this photograph (credit unknown) and she is seen with one of the more recent type of tug and this tug in the foreground which may have well been more powerful by this time just did not have the look of the Mighty Z TUG WOLRAAD WOLTEMADE.
WOLRAAD WOLTEMADE seen here close to the coast and by this time her mid mast arrangement had been removed due it was said to stability concerns which you cannot argue with but cant help but say that it detracted a wee bit from her look.
seen here in calm water in this photograph (credit unknown for now)
Another photograph of the WOLRAAD WOLTEMADE (photo credit unknown for now)
This photo shows her cresting the swell and part of her bulbous bow is out of the water.
(Photo credit unknown for now)
Another photo of her cresting the swell and her bulbous bow is out of the water, her bow was an true work of old craftsman ship.
(photo credit unknown for now)