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BigLift MC-Class

Capabilities for ro-ro cargoes up to about 16.000 mt

The Heavy Transport vessels BigLift Barentsz and BigLift Baffin are two identical, state-of-the-art Module Carriers. With their large decks they offer capabilities for ro-ro cargoes up to about 16.000 mt a piece.

With Finnish Swedish 1A Ice class, the vessels are specifically designed to operate in remote and inaccessible areas.

Their slender bow shape and PSMR Class notation have proved to be greatly advantageous by ensuring excellent service speed due to low resistance and less wave impacts. This makes for shorter transit times and greater reliability. Furthermore, the bow shape leads to lower accelerations in longitudinal direction and, because of the redundancy in machinery, heading control can be applied to reduce design accelerations.

The 125 x 42 m deck is completely flush, without any air heads or overflow pipes and the high ballast capacity significantly reduces the loading and discharging times of the vessel. The vessels are prepared for dynamic positioning, which provides unique opportunities for offshore transportation and installation services.

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See the BigLift MC-Class in action

Jacket foundations for Hornsea two

Transport crane boom and luffing frame for Heerema’s Sleipnir

Constructions for Milne Inlet

RTGs and STC crane for Mombasa

Oversized STS cranes to Savannah

BigLift Barentsz transports an 11,700 mt Jackup Platform

3 STSC cranes to Honolulu

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