Heavy Lift Vessel


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Heavy Lift Vessel

A maritime vessel with specialized equipment such as cranes. A heavy lift vessel is equipped for a heavy lift, which is the transportation of cargo or individual items that weigh more than one ton or are larger than 100 meters. See also: Heavy lift charge.
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As of this writing, Chevron's Big Foot TLP hull was en route from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering's South Korea yard to Gulf Marine Fabricator's yard in Aransas Pass, TX aboard the Dockwise heavy lift vessel, Mighty Servant 1.
The West Telesto rig arrived at Port Philip Bay in Melbourne on a Heavy Lift Vessel (HLV) in mid-January 2015, and has since been offloaded and towed to Western Port Bay.
This transaction involves the sale of Ballast Nedam Offshore assets, the staff of the EPCI services (EPCI: design, procurement, construction and installation), the Heavy Lift Vessel Svanen, and the Westermeerwind project (which is still in progress).
In a multi-million pound deal with Seaway Heavy Lifting Limited of Cyprus, the heavy lift vessel Stanislav Yudin will operate in Liverpool Bay from now until December, to install major components for the 160 turbine wind farm off the North Wales coast.
The projected workload is expected to exceed the capacities of the existing heavy lift vessel fleet and onshore deconstruction facilities.
Advance International chartered specialist heavy lift vessel, Fairlift to carry the units, each weighing between 90 to 140 tonnes.
McDermott's heavy lift vessel DB50 will set the compressor module at the installation site on the existing Hibiscus platform, in a water depth of 500 feet, before performing the compressor module tie-in, hook-up and commissioning on site.
Contract Awarded to Complete works on a deepwater rigid pipe S-lay and heavy lift vessel
all dedicated staff for EPCI services and its Heavy Lift Vessel Svanen.
The first phase of npower renewables' Rhyl Flats project saw foundation piles and transition pieces installed in the seabed off Rhyl using the heavy lift vessel Svanen.
After having successfully performed the life-time extension works on the Stanislav Yudin (owned and operated by Seaway Heavy Lifting), in 2013-2014 at Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam (DSR), part of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion, a new significant contract is awarded by Technip, for dry-docking, upgrades and operational modifications to the deepwater rigid pipe S-lay and heavy lift vessel, the Global 1200.
For installing foundations at the Baltic 2 offshore wind farm, Ballast Nedam will use its Heavy Lift Vessel (HLV) Svanen.