Vessel Company: Heerema Marine Contractors
Capacity: 14,200 squere metres
Many thanks again David. I'm sure you'd really enjoy seeing this majestic crane vessel. It really is a monster :))
greetings to Australia from the UK., Amelia
Dear Peter, I do hope that it speaks both to the boys and their toys, and the girls with their frills :)))
Beste hilsener, Amelia
Thank you Arthur. I always think that it is good to see industry in Norway, as well as all the natural beauty of the country :)
Your usual top quality shot Amelia, but more than a normal Like 8, it deserves a YS for the value of the Gear you have squeezed into one shot, and that,s not counting the contents of the Bars in the Ferry. LOL cheers scally
Many thanks Mahdi, I am really pleased you liked this industrial photo :)
Warm greetings from the UK, Amelia
Hello Amelia Royan!
Here i see a very interesting and impressive scenic! The maritime engineering is very developed and a part of our present time and world! On the other hand all the maritime persons have to work on and with them! Sometimes not so easy...and mostly far from thier families...
Best wishes from Nanjing, Udo
Ameliia, you have an excellent gallery here worth a yellow star anyday, I'll be back for a longer visit soon. Mick
Yes it's great Amelia i have placed it under my Favs i already did take a look yesterday,but i was a little late so i react now and also a Like for this beautiful shot!And it's maybe surprising but this giant belongs to Dutch owners.
Does it indeed Tjeert? That makes it even more interesting. I know that Ria Maat has got photos of it in Holland. It wanders around the coast here, and can be seen for miles if I climb the hill behind our Norwegian apartment!
The Thialf and Seipem 7000 are the 2 largest floating cranes in the world. Do you know which country owns the Seipem?
Thanks Amelia for this answer i had to look on the internet,because i did'nt know who are the owners of the saipem but i did found the answer it says it's owned by an Italian firm>
Hello Amelia :) How could I not be impressed with this superb photo...Large machinery has always fascinated me..I'm one of those kids nurse fed on brass screws and strips of Meccano...absolutely magnificent shot..It appears that there is some load on the barge as it appears to be lifting the rig leg. Look at the water level, the front of the barge is dipping forward.
Here's wishing you and yours all the best for Christmas and a very happy and healthy new year :)
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