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|andrecas on May 24, 2019 14:16 (22 days ago)|
|Many thanks all for replying to my query.|
|lappino on May 24, 2019 07:17 (22 days ago)|
Thank you all for your comments.
It's like Frank and Henning said; due to the necessity to lift the superstructure all the way up to the main deck of the vessel in the floating dock, which is done from starboard side, bridge wing on that side has to wait...
|Henning Brauwers on May 24, 2019 06:26 (22 days ago)|
|Yes, the stb wing would be a little bit too close to the cranes jibs and consequently limit the working radius|
|Frank Buckley on May 23, 2019 23:13 (23 days ago)|
Starboard wing, maybe its got something to do with conflict between the wing and the shearlegs during the lifting process. still very impressive photo.
|andrecas on May 23, 2019 22:27 (23 days ago)|
|Impressive....! Is there a reason why the starboard bridgewing was not attached at the time of superstructure/accommodation assembly...?|
|Brett Bachmann on May 23, 2019 17:24 (23 days ago)|
|Wow Vlad ! I like it, regards Brett.|
|lappino on May 23, 2019 15:00 (23 days ago)|
Thanks for your comment, Volker my friend.
This superstructure was brought to the yard on a barge, that was berthed very close to the main office building. So, coming to work this morning, I thought "What is THAT new skyscraper?!?" :)
|volker1948 on May 23, 2019 10:01 (23 days ago)|
|Great shot my friend Vlad! Well done as always.Cheers,Volker.|
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