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Dockwise Vanguard is a semi-submersible heavy lift ship owned and operated by Dockwise B.V. Dockwise Vanguard is the largest vessel of her type ever built, and is able to carry cargoes up to 110,000 tonnes. Dockwise Vanguard was designed to move offshore oil and gas facilities, but can also carry other ships and act as an offshore dry dock facility. As offshore oil and gas facilities have grown in size, Dockwise saw a market for a ship that could carry the largest floating oil rigs to their destinations, reducing time and costs of transportation and allowing rigs to be built economically in a shipyard. Copy Right Claim : Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research...
The secret to the Happy Star's top status in the heavy-lift vessel industry are the two powerful cranes that tower over its deck. Combined, they can hoist up to 2,000 tons of cargo in one go. From: MIGHTY SHIPS: Happy Star http://bit.ly/2boz9MA
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rhb stevedoring rotterdam loading 8 jack up legs of 78 metres length and 630 tons each onto mv lone. the strongest heavylifter with 2 x 1000 tons shipscranes. nice project cargo and heavy lifts.
Heavy Lift Ship General Cargo: Chipolbrok Pacific (DWT: 31,600 Tons 190 m x 28 m) Port Szczecin Crane Ship: MacGregor GLH (3 x 350 Tonnes - max lift 700 Tonnes) Cargo: Steel Products - 6,349 Tons TUG: Fairplay V (DWT: 120 Tons GT: 208 T BP: 26 T) Euros (GT: 280 Tons BP: 32 T) Heros (DWT: 174 Tons GT: 365 T BP: 45 T) FOLLOW ME: TWITTER: http://twitter.com/heavyoversize FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/CraneOversize
Heavy Lift Ship: Tin Ziren (ex. BBC Birte H) - Multipurpose Heavylifter (DWT: 12,550 Tons GT: 11,494 T) BBC Chartering Cargo: Cold Boxes (ArcelorMittal Air Liquide) - 43 m x 5,20 m x 5,60 m, 152 Tons. Best Logistics MTD Skuratowicz Octra Port Szczecin - Opole - Dabrowa Gornicza Crane Ship: Liebherr CBB 3800-250 (2 x 250 Tonnes - max lift 500 Tonnes) TUG: Serwal 3 Fairplay Towage (GT: 112 Tons), Heros (DWT: 174 Tons GT: 365 T BP: 45 T)
Heavy Lift Ship: Palabora CL 900 Lo-Lo (DWT: 10,052 Tons GT: 11,473 T , 133.94 m x 23.01 m) Combi Lift Chartering / BBC Chartering Cargo: Transition Pieces - 1,260 Tons (6 x 210 Tons) Bilfinger Mars ST3 Offshore Szczecin Blue Water Shipping Crane Ship: Liebherr CBB 4700-450 (2 x 450 Tonnes - max lift 900 Tonnes) TUG: Serwal 3 (GT: 112 Tons), Fairplay V (DWT: 120 Tons GT: 208 T) Modular Trailer: Goldhofer PST FOLLOW ME: TWITTER: http://twitter.com/heavyoversize FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/CraneOversize
The North Deck: beach platform modules for Burj Al Arab Hotel January 2016 | Rauma/Finland – Dubai/United Arab Emirates A new milestone project in heavy lift shipping: SAL transported over 3500 tons of heavy cargo from Finland to Dubai. And performed its largest lifts ever. It is the third tallest hotel in the world, located on an artificial island, it has 202 bedroom suites with a size of up to 780 square meters and owns a helideck – the Burj Al Arab in Dubai. The world famous hotel scales up its exclusive beach peninsula and SAL Heavy Lift was assigned to transport the new luxury platform construction. SAL loaded the cargo onto the deck of its heavy lift vessel MV Svenja over Christmas and New Year in Finland under harsh working conditions in temperatures down to minus 28 degrees Celsi...
BigLift Shipping, member of the Spliethoff Group is one of the world’s leading heavy lift ship management companies, specialised in worldwide ocean transportation of heavy lift and project cargoes, with a history dating back to 1973. BigLift strives for innovation, excellence and operational reliability, adhering to high Health, Safety, Environment and Quality standards and operating to strict time schedules. A great variety of heavy and over-sized cargoes for long-standing clients in the oil & gas, mining and power generating industries, is carried worldwide by a modern fleet of 15 specialised heavy lift vessels. All the vessels we manage are equipped with their own gear with lifting capacities up to 1,800 mt and some have a ro-ro capability for loads as high as 2,500 mt. A team of dedi...
The Vanguard has a flat bow-less deck measuring 70 by 275 metres (230 by 902 ft), allowing cargo longer and wider than the deck. Her bridge and living area superstructure is situated at the far starboard side, and the deck also contains four movable buoyancy casings. The watertight deck allows water to flow over the deck without risking the ship. -wiki In this video she is picking up the oil platform "Polar Pioneer" to take Finland. To big for the Panama canal she will have to sail from the North Pacific to North Atlantic via South America's Cape Horn.
Ship Blue Marlin semi-submersible heavy lift (length 217 m -712 ft) carrying deepwater drill platform "Polar Pioneer". Polar Pioneer capable of operating in 1,640 ft. (500m) of water with max drilling Depth 25,000' (7620). Possibly to be taken to drill in Artic this summer.
The LHD01 hull has been transported from Spain to Australia by a Heavy Lift Ship, Blue Marlin. The trip has taken around eight weeks. The Dockwise owned Heavy Lift Ship, MV Blue Marlin has travelled around 10,000 nautical miles ( approx 18,520 km) to deliver the first LHD. The LHDs are the largest ships ever built for the Royal Australian Navy and will provide the Australian Defence Force (ADF) with one of the most capable and sophisticated amphibious ships in the world. The LHD will be floated off the Blue Marlin over the next two weeks and then towed into the BAE facility at Williamstown. The Canberra Class LHDs are bigger than Australia's last aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne. When completed they will be more than 230 metres long, 27.5 metres high and weigh around 27,500 tonnes. Each...
Two Liebherr heavy lift ship cranes, type CBB 45700-450, in tandem lift operation. The CBB cranes are loading four Liebherr mobile harbour cranes, type LHM 550, which will be delivered to Italy. More: https://www.liebherr.com/en/deu/products/maritime-cranes/ship-cranes/areas-of-application/heavy-goods-handling/heavy-lift.html