Crane ship nears end of Concordia salvage duty

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Conquest MEGABYTES 1 was made use of to position sponsons that currently sustain the accident

JULY 15, 2014– The accident of the Costa Concordia today stayed secure and also safely anchored complying with the other day’s refloating procedure. After procedures proceeded over night, service technicians functioned to attach the last 4 chains and also 6 cable televisions as undersea initial tasks connected to the start of the last stage of the refloating procedure advanced.

A significant duty in the salvage of the cruise liner has actually been played by the Conquest MEGABYTES 1 crane ship possessed by Dutch consortium Conquest Offshore, a joint endeavor in between Concordia Offshore BV, Paul van Es Holding BV and also Zwagerman Offshore Services BV.

The Conquest MEGABYTES 1 is furnished with a 1,400 heap crane efficient in 360 level turning and also supplies a 36 m x 136 m deck location ranked at 20 ton/sq. m and also has a functioning deepness of just 3.5 m. It has actually been made use of to position the sponsons that are currently sustaining the accident, maintaining it afloat for the very first time because the ship ran grounded off Italy’s Giglio Island greater than 2 and also a fifty percent years back.

The following significant stage of the salvage job will certainly be to tow the accident to Genoa from Giglio for reusing and also Conquest MB1 will certainly stay close-by and also all set to provide any type of required aid throughout the tow.

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