M.V. Brouwersgracht launched from dry dock


Newbuild m.v. Brouwersgracht was launched from dry dock last Friday 8 April at Mawei shipyard in Fuzhou China. At the same time sister vessel m.v. Bloemgracht was floated.

M.v. Brouwersgracht has been moved to the outfitting quay where the production will continue towards trials and delivery later this year. M.v. Bloemgracht will remain on the dry dock with production continuing towards launching.

These two state-of-the-art DP2 B-type vessels combine the intake of a multi-purpose vessel with a DP2, station-keeping ability of up to Bft 6, making them ideal for supplying large volumes and heavy cargo directly offshore. To obtain the fast, safe and efficient loading and discharge of pipes, both on and offshore, the vessel has a removable, automated, pipe-handling gantry crane installed.

The vessels are equipped with two Huisman 500 mt Heavy Lift Mast cranes, making them suitable for both heavy lift transportation and offshore installation. To fit in with Spliethoff’s continuous drive for greener operations, the vessels’ design is fuel-efficient and the propulsion and power generation systems are equipped with scrubbers and SCR systems.

With 12,500 mt deadweight, an open top notation, two tween deck levels and 5,900 m2 of total deck space, the intake of the B-Type is significantly higher than existing offshore supply vessels.

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