Nov. 5 – BigRoll Bering

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For those readers that are in the Kitimat area keep an eye out for the BigRoll Bering scheduled to arrive next week. BigRoll’s two unique ice-class module carriers, BigRoll Bering and BigRoll Beaufort, are extremely flexible and have the ability to carry any large cargo – from items such as completely assembled port cranes to windmill blades. The vessels have been specially designed to transport the heaviest modules, offering solutions for onshore and offshore heavy transport projects. With a length of 173 meters the BigRoll Bering and BigRoll Beaufort have been operational since 2016 and 2017  respectively, and were constructed in accordance with Finnish Swedish 1A Ice Class regulations and designed with a focus on low fuel consumption. The entire deck surface of the vessels can be utilized offering an abundance of space with a length of 125 meters and a width of 42 meters. The completely flush deck is highly suitable for Roll-On/Roll-Off and SkidOn/Skid-Off operations. Due to the high ballast capacity of 12,000 m3/h and a deck strength of 20 t/sqm, BigRoll ensures safe and efficient transportation of extreme cargoes.

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