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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The Oita Coast Guard, which was looking for the crane ship that had left the scene, found two crane ships in the afternoon involved in road construction work near the crash site, one of which had a scratch.
The crane ship is heading for a standby spot near where the vessel sank off Amami-Oshima Island in Kagoshima Prefecture, coast guard officials said.
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 cut off sections and the debris from the USS Guardian were transferred to the Archon Tide via the crane ship MT Jascon 25.
Contract award: providing a crane ship repair to equip the dry dock no.
MANILA -- The USS Guardian dismantling operation continued on Thursday after the grounded US Navy minesweeper's four engines were removed and transferred to a barge by the lead crane ship Jascon 25, the Philippine Coast Guard said.
Benefits include all of the design, manufacture and delivery to site including testing and qualifications of a crane ship repair rail for industrial needs of the ships of the French Navy in the area of maintenance on large basins Vauban the naval base of Toulon.
Last weekend, the salvage operation continued with the vessel's bridge deck lifted and transferred to a barge by the Gibraltar-flagged crane ship Jascon 25, the lead vessel tasked with dismantling the Guardian after another crane ship, the SMIT Borneo, failed to anchor near the US vessel.
Last weekend, the salvage operation continued with the vessel's bridge deck successfully lifted and transferred to a barge by the crane ship Jascon 25, the lead vessel tasked with dismantling the US Navy ship after another crane ship, the SMIT Borneo failed to anchor near the Guardian.
Early this week, the dismantling of the Guardian resumed with the removal of the vessel's mast and funnel by the crane ship Jascon 25, which the PCG said was the main vessel tasked with dismantling the grounded US Navy ship.
In a text message to the Philippine Daily Inquirer, he also disclosed that the salvage team had started "clearing equipment below deck, removing the sonar winch at the bow, preparing the mast for lifting, relocating the reference beacons of the crane ship Jascon 25, transferring recovered items to the tug Archon Tide, and clearing of loose materials" at the US Navy minesweeper.
He said the MT Jascon 25, the crane ship that will lift the Guardian in pieces off the reef, remained in the area.