Multraship and Mammoet, Croatian Clean Up

Monday, April 20, 2009

Netherlands-based salvage specialists Multraship Salvage and Mammoet Salvage have successfully completed the removal of the wreck of a floating dock which sank in June 2007 at the Viktor Lenac shipyard, Rijeka, Croatia.

The 541 ft Floating Dry Dock No. 7 weighed 7,000 tonnes and sank in 72 ft of water after an electrical power supply failure. Two previous refloating attempts had failed and after a thorough survey and testing of tanks it was decided that refloating of the dock was not feasible. As the sunken dock was impeding access to the yard's other dock, the yard placed a wreck removal contract with Multraship and Mammoet. They worked together to cut the wreck into twenty-four main pieces, each weighing up to 440 tonnes. Multraship's floating sheerlegs Cormorant was used to lift the sections out. In all divers performed over five km of underwater cutting.

The twenty-four strong team began work under the leadership of Multraship project manager Paul Verschure and Mammoet salvage masters Jan Kalkman and Daniel van der Zwaan on January 8, 2009, and completed the job by April 10, 2009.

Multraship is a Dutch towage and salvage company. It draws on more than ninety years of experience. Multraship's core operations include salvage, wreck removal, harbour towage, coastal and deep-sea towage, services to the dredging and offshore industries and support for inland navigation. It operates and manages a fleet of thirty-one tugs, salvage vessels, floating sheerlegs and other craft equipped with modern towage, salvage and fire-fighting equipment. It expects to take expects to take delivery of three newbuildings from 2009 onwards.

Mammoet Salvage is a division within Mammoet, which provides tailor-made heavy lifting and transport solutions. The salvage division is manned by salvage experts with proven records of success across the world.

(www.mammoetsalvage.com)
(www.multraship.com)

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