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Photographer:martin klingsick [View profile]Title:Lin HaiAdded:Dec 07, 2013
Captured:April 15, 2012IMO:UnavailableHits:2,528
Location:Singapore, Singapore
Photo Category: Floating Sheerlegs and Crane Barges/Crane Pontoons
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Flag Singapore
owner Nusa Maritime, Singapore
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Rick Vince on Dec 08, 2013 18:55 (7 years ago)
An intriguing shot Martin, thanks for sharing it.
Part of the stability 'answer' must lie with the 462 gross tonnage (which will equate to a significant proportion of the available ballasting space) and the low lifting capacities, as recorded by Peter Hartung- thank you for that info.
However, I would agree with tvtech's opinion of not being a willing operator of this unusual machine!
Regards, Rick
tvtech on Dec 08, 2013 18:43 (7 years ago)
Captain Ted

I am a rookie when it comes to "ships"
There is no way EVER I would be prepared to sit and operate that crane from such a height....with such a small base...

It all looks wrong.

Regards,
tvtech
Captain Ted on Dec 08, 2013 17:12 (7 years ago)
One wonders why the arm is up while moving, one would think that it is placed in the rest podest on the back and shows diagonal downwards which increases the stability.
With the arm up the whole sherleg looses a lot stability and is much quicker prone to capsising.
tvtech on Dec 08, 2013 10:38 (7 years ago)
Thank you Peter

Regards,
tvtech
tvtech on Dec 08, 2013 09:28 (7 years ago)
Incredible shot of this "something is top heavy vessel"

A really awkward looking floating barge....

Maybe like an Elephant with the feet of a mouse????
Dеnis on Dec 07, 2013 18:28 (7 years ago)
Obviously, no sharp turns while towing allowed.
MattB on Dec 07, 2013 17:10 (7 years ago)
WOW !! I can imagine the results of this if the ballasting was incorrect !
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