Encouraged by the success of Albatross conversion, the shipowner decided to entrust us with the preparation of the documentation for a large heavy-lift. Its main task was to transport large, weighing over 30 T each, modules from Korean shipyards to Norwegian fields. By working on such an ambitious project, we have gained several skills as an office, including those related to simulation of loading, reloading and slipping cargo onto the vessel, and the ship’s behavior in submerged and swimming states.

Mr. Stanisław Domagałło, Chief Designer

Our main focus while working on any cargo vessel project is understanding and supporting the ship owner’s business model. Following a personalized approach and using our advanced technical capabilities throughout the process let us deliver a customized, reliable, cost-effective unit regardless of its purpose, size, and area of deployment.

In our concepts, cost efficiency focus goes hand in hand with environmental compliance with known and future rules and regulations. We aim for the lowest possible emissions, fuel flexibility, and innovative power-generating solutions, such as vertical wind power generators.

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HTV-57
90000 T HEAVY LIFT VESSEL - CONCEPT DESIGN
CUSTOMER
OHT
LOA
256.50 m
CARGO DECK LOAD
30t/m2
DEADWEIGHT
90000 T
MAIN PURPOSE
transportation of heavy cargo in oil and gas in the high seas, transportation of the components for offshore-wind operations
BREADTH
57.00 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
14.80 m
DRAUGHT
11.80 m / submerged - 32.80 m
PROPULSION
main engine – 2 x 12380 kW / 127 rpm,
speed max. – 14,5 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 30 persons,
temporary crew – 44 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight – 90000 T
Cargo deck load – 30 T/m2
Length of cargo deck – 210 m
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Albatross OHT
CONVERSION TO SEMI-SUBMERSIBLE HEAVY LIFT VESSEL
CUSTOMER
OHT
LOA
204.00 m
CARGO DECK LOAD
30 T/m2
DEADWEIGHT
34797 T
MAIN PURPOSE
transportation of heavy cargo in oil and gas in the high seas, transportation of the components for offshore-wind operations
BREADTH
42.50 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
11.85 m
DRAUGHT
10.80 m / submerged - 32.80 m
PROPULSION
main engine – 2 x 13280 kW / 127 rpm,
speed max. – 14 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 39 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight - 34797 T
Cargo deck load - 30 T / m2
Length of cargo deck - 129.50 m
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HL450 Chipolbrok
MERCHANT VESSEL - CONCEPT DESIGN
CUSTOMER
Chipolbrok
LOA
172.00 m
DEADWEIGHT
23600 T
MAIN PURPOSE
multipurpose cargo vessel, strengthened for the carriage of heavy cargoes and adapted for the carriage of containers
BREADTH
27.00 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
13.90 m
DRAUGHT
9.50 m
PROPULSION
speed max. - 16 kn
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight - 24000 T
Holds capacity - 23600 T
Container capacity - 1400 TEU
CRANES
450 T SWL at outreach of 14 m
150 T SWL at outreach of 34 m
combinable 2 x 450 T SWL at outreach of 14 m
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HL11400
MERCHANT VESSEL - CONCEPT DESIGN
CUSTOMER
Polevant
LOA
128.90 m
CARGO DECK LOAD
13630 T
DEADWEIGHT
11400 T
MAIN PURPOSE
multipurpose dry cargo ship, equipped for the carriage of containers
BREADTH
28.80 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
11.20 m
DRAUGHT
7.80 m
PROPULSION
speed max. - 15 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew - 17 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight - 11400 T
Holds capacity - 13630 T
Container capacity - 717 TEU
CRANES
350 T SWL at outreach of 14 m
40 T SWL at outreach of 33 m
combinable 2 x 350 T SWL at outreach of 14 m
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unit type
customer
scope of the project
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Songa Shipmanagement
engineering services
Falcon
Songa Shipmanagement
engineering services
Osprey
Songa Shipmanagement
engineering services
Eagle
Songa Shipmanagement
engineering services
46 Mattea
OHT
engineering services
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