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Vessels/Hulls: Damen Shipyards

Loading of the barge onto MV "Beluga Fortitude".

Loading of the barge in the port of the Vietnamese city Haiphong.

The dimensions of the freight required an accurate lashing.

 

The experts of Beluga Transport Engineering on site.

Vessels/Hulls: GBS

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MV “Beluga Fantastic” on her way through the Kiel Canal.

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Heavy-lift cargo: the “Queen of Sheeba”, a 35 metres long, 7 metres wide and 10 metres high yacht, weighs 150 tons.

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On March 16, 2009, the cranes of the MV “Beluga Fantastic” discharged the three yachts in Ystad, Sweden.

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Numerous lashings kept the cargo in the right position during the voyage.

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On March 16, 2009, the cranes of the MV “Beluga Fantastic” discharged the three yachts in Ystad, Sweden.

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On March 16, 2009, the cranes of the MV “Beluga Fantastic” discharged the three yachts in Ystad, Sweden.

Vessels/Hulls: International Fast Ferries

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The MV “Beluga Intonation“ on his way from Limbe (Kamerun) to Huelva (Spain).

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Indication“ with the catamaran on deck.

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Indication“ with the catamaran on deck.

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The board cranes are lifting the catamaran on deck.

Vessels/Hulls: Sevenstar Yacht Transport

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The yachts are being put into especially formed frameworks and there fixed.

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A Beluga employee lashes the valuable cargo.

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Loading at night needs special care.

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The loading was finished after three days. A dozen ships were transported safely from Tortola to Mallorca within this project.

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The MV “Beluga Recognition” sets sail to Palma de Mallorca.

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View from the bridge over the fully loaded MV “Beluga Recognition”.

Vessels/Hulls: Wisetech

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Three vessel hulls were placed in several layers.

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The MV “Beluga Gravitation” carried out her first ample voyage with this cargo.

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All in all three vessel hulls were loaded by the experts of Beluga Transport Engineering to the weather deck.

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All in all three vessel hulls were loaded by the experts of Beluga Transport Engineering to the weather deck.

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The vessel hulls were discharged in Rotterdam.

Project: Etamad


One of the high speed ships is loaded by the board cranes of MV “Beluga Fairy“ directly out of the water.


The boats measured 35 metres in lenght each, but weighed only 110 tons.


The crew boats were loaded on the hatch covers of the multipurpose heavy-lift project carriers.


   
The crew boats were loaded on the hatch covers of the multipurpose heavy-lift project carriers.
    
   


After the loading operation’s completion the loading the vessel set sail to Bandar Abbas, the port of destination in Iran.

Project: Schiffs- und Yachtwerft Dresden

Helicopter-view of ferry “Likoni” being loaded onto the MV “Beluga Singapore” at the Dradenau Terminal in Hamburg.

Experts of Beluga Transport Engineering are watching the precise loading of the the first ferry onto the ship.

The two 400-ton-onboard cranes in tandem usage are steering the “Kwale“ on board of the “Beluga Singapore”.



The MV “Beluga Singapore” crossing the sea on its way from Hamburg to Mombasa (Kenia).

The discharge of the ferries in the port of Mombasa is made by board cranes of MV “Beluga Singapore” as well.

 

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