Bisso Marine Performs Heavy Lift Jobs

Monday, July 26, 2010
Photo courtesy Bisso Marine

Bisso Marine performed two heavy lift jobs involving a 200-ton vessel and a 560-ton hull. Using the D/B Cappy Bisso, the crew launched a 200-ton crew boat from shore to the Harvey Canal. The project took place at Midship Marine, Inc. In Moss Point, Miss., the D/B Cappy Bisso lifted a 560-ton hull from the Pascagoula River and set it ashore at a fabrication yard. The crew had to ballast down the 700-ton derrick barge so it could squeeze under the 40-ft clearance of the nearby Interstate 10 bridge.

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