crane ship


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crane ship

[′krān ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A ship or barge that carries cranes for handling heavy loads.
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According to the officials quoting anglers who witnessed the collision, the two men were thrown out of the 4-meter pleasure boat into the sea after a crane ship passed by at 7:05 a.
These platforms include Navy-owned or -chartered large medium-speed roll-on-roll-off ships (LMSRs), other roll-on-roll-off ships, tactical auxiliary crane ships, and fuel tankers.
The company has deployed three crane ships to lift bulky waste, to be transported later to the municipality's landfill safely.
The vessels repaired included 19 tankers along with a variety of containerships, LPG vessels, chemical carriers, Ro-Ro craft, dredgers, tugboats, offshore crane ships, construction jack-up rigs and the Asto Canopus, an FSO destined for the Al Shaheen Field off Qatar for Maersk Oil.
With winter work nearly impossible due to heavy seas, Heerema designed crane ships and barges with hulls that could be partially submerged.
Ltd, the leading company in ocean engineering auxiliary equipment, consigned 2 cable layer vessels and 2 crane ships in 2010 with the received orders of 1 dredger and 2 cable layer vessels.
It's a lot of fun and the concepts of rigging a sailboat are in many ways similar to the rigging on crane ships.
They include roll-on/roll-off ships, break-bulk ships, barge carriers, auxiliary crane ships, tankers and troop ships.