Donjon Completes Contract on Grand Bahama

Monday, December 07, 2009
Photo courtesy Donjon Marine Co.

On November 28, Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a provider of multi-faceted marine services including marine salvage, heavy lift, dredging, recycling, demolition and related emergency response services, completed heavy lift work for Grand Bahama Shipyard Limited on Grand Bahama Island.  The Donjon tug Mary Alice and derrick-barge Chesapeake 1000 assisted the shipyard with the lifting, transport and placement of a pre-fabricated module weighing approximately 375 metric tons for the Holland America Lines’ Rotterdam cruise ship.
Donjon and its subcontractor, PCCI (Alexandria, Va.), worked with shipyard engineers to design a custom lifting frame and rigging arrangement to reduce module deflection during the operation.

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