CoreMarine delivers towing and stability solutions for tanker module transport

San Sebastián, Spain: The first two modules of two Suezmax tankers, currently being built by Navantia, have arrived at the Puerto Real shipyard in southern Spain. Construction of the tankers has been split between Navantia's facilities in Fene, Galicia, and Puerto Real, Cadiz. 

CoreMarine and its partner Iberian offshore are participating in this project in conjunction with freight forwarder Anton Martin, which is handling the transport logistics.

CoreMarine performed the towing study and barge stability assessment, while Iberian Offshore delivered the seafastening design. 

These were delivered on time and in line with Anton Martin's high quality standards, within the project's short time frame.

 

The first module being prepared for loadout. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys

The first module being prepared for loadout. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys

The first hull module on its way to the transport barge. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys

The first hull module on its way to the transport barge. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys

The transport barge laden with the first modules en route to Puerto Real. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys

The transport barge laden with the first modules en route to Puerto Real. Image credit: LBG Marine Surveys