In another thread we have been discussing and reminiscing about old TDW boats, of which there used to be a lot spread around the world. I have worked with a lot of them in some form or another for over 40 years, but don't have a lot of own pictures to offer except from the last 10 years or so.
Especially of interest has been the vessels built for TDW by Ulstein Hatlo in the early 1970's, which must have been among the first of their foreign built vessels.
I know they built one in Singapore in 1970-71 called the Malay Tide, because I was offered the job as Skipper on her; http://www.vesseltracking.net/ship/malay-tide-7104128 (No picture found)
My previous experience with working for "Bayou boys" made me decline the offer though.
I'm not sure how many vessels were built at Ulstein Hatlo for TDW, but I have found these specs for the first of them, the Mammoth Tide: https://ulstein.com/historic-references/yno-49h-mammoth-tide
Here is a picture of here from Shipspotting.com: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=96334
She was followed by the Giant Tide: https://ulstein.com/historic-references/yno-50h-giant-tide
Here is a picture from shipspotting.com: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=25079
She is said to be still working in the Netherlands in 2016.
One more was the Goliath Tide: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1724029
This one was built at Smedvik Verft, also in Ulsteinvik
Here seen in rough North sea weather:
Not sure if there were any more built in Norway of this type, but the Sun Tide:
And the Moon Tide:
And possible more were built at Tacoma Boatbuilding in the following years. These appears to be identical sisters, but not sure of that.
TDW was back ordering newbuildings in Norway in the early 1980's, but this time UT 704 design in an attempt to get into what was then the big boat market in the North Sea. (More on that later)