Haven Seaway Mono-hull Jack Up Barge, Admiralty Pier, Dover Harbour, Kent, UK

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John Latter on August 29, 2010

The Haven Seaway is shown passing in front of the Cruise Terminal 2 building on the Admiralty Pier in the Western Docks of Dover Harbour at 7.31 am, Monday, 16th of August 2010.

The barge is being towed to the Jetfoil Basin by the MTS Vengeance tug, out-of-shot to the right.

The photo was taken from Lighthouse and Cafe end of the Prince of Wales Pier.

The Haven Seaway is owned by Red7Marine (R7M, a provider of offshore, coastal and estuarial subsea engineering and marine construction) who describe it as a "Mono-hull Jack Up Barge" (see Jack Up Rig).

The Haven Seaway joins the Haven Seafield Flat Top Barge who is assisting the Waasland Sea Barge and the Gaverland Sea Barge (both owned by Herbosch Kiere Marine Contractors) in removing the wreck of the Spanish Prince (see wreck site and sonar image photos), a blockship scuttled in early 1915 during the First World War.

Details (1):

Type of vessel: Mono-hull Jack Up Barge

Length o.a.: 18 m

Breadth o.a.: 15 m

Depth o.a. Hull: 3 m

Deck Area: 150 square m

Max Leg Length: 34 m

Leg Diameter: 1.2 m

Single Jack Capacity: 140 Tonnes

Jacking Stroke: 1.5 m

Average Jacking Speed: 15 m/hour

Gross Tonnage: 129.6 GT

Lightship Weight: 405 Tonnes

Allowable Deck Load: 120 Tonnes

Allowable Deck Point Load: 6 Tonnes/square m

Certification: Certificate of British Registry, MCA Workboat Certificate, Life Raft Certificate of Inspection, Certificate of survey, Ofcom Ship Radio Licence, Fire Fighting Certificate of Inspection

Standard Equipment: Mess Room, Workshop, Twin 150 kva & 35 kva Harbour Set Generators, Fuel Bunker, Navigation Shapes and Lights, Bollards, Handrails, Moon Pool, 5 Tonne Hydraulic Winches

Optional Equipment: Access Walkways, Cantilever Platforms, Knuckle Boom Cranes

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(1) Red7Marine Haven Seaway document; click to see the full list of Red7Marine Jack Up Barges.

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John Latter on August 30, 2010

From the Marinetraffic entry for Haven Seaway:

Call Sign: PSB6

MMSI: 235066089

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John Latter on January 30, 2013

The Haven Seaway Mono-hull Jack Up Barge only stopped overnight and didn't appear to have anything to do with the Spanish Prince blockship removal.

John Latter on January 30, 2013

When in range of AIS, the vessel's current position is shown at:

The Haven Seaway Barge (IMO 0, None)

The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is an automatic tracking system used on ships and by vessel traffic services (VTS) for identifying and locating vessels by electronically exchanging data with other nearby ships and AIS Base stations. AIS information supplements marine radar, which continues to be the primary method of collision avoidance for water transport.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on August 16, 2010
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    by John Latter
    • Camera: PENTAX Corporation PENTAX K100D
    • Taken on 2010/08/16 07:31:16
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 55.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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