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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The hull of Shell's Olympus TLP traveled 18,272 miles with 26 crew members on board Dockside's heavy lift vessel Blue Marlin before arriving on the U.S.
Advance International chartered specialist heavy lift vessel, Fairlift to carry the units, each weighing between 90 to 140 tonnes.
West Prospero, which is currently idle in Indonesia, will be upgraded with high pressure, high temperature (HTHP) capabilities prior to moving to Sudan on a heavy lift vessel.
Ballast Nedam said that it will use its Heavy Lift Vessel (HLV) Svanen for the installation of the foundations.
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.
This 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 supported by a fleet of 15 service vessels involving a total workforce of about 120 people.
The Norwegian tanker shipping company Frontline Ltd said on Wednesday (13 December) that it has declared an option with COSCO Shipyard in China to convert Front Target to a heavy lift vessel.
Prior to the project start, Heerema Marine Contractors had to make major alterations to its semi-submersible heavy lift vessel, Balder, to accommodate the towering equipment needed to lay the pipe while minimizing kinks.
Saipem would use the Saipem 7000 heavy lift vessel to install the template and manifold.