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Folio #: BP184
Location: Caribbean

Transshipment crane barge for sale / 46 x 24 m / 36t floating grab crane

Build Date:
BV Coastal waters
LOA (m):
Beam (m):
Draft (m):
Depth (m):
DWT (t):
Figee Lemniscate 36t floating grab crane
Deck Load (t/m2):
Bulkheads (long/transverse):

Additional Information

DSB can offer this 46 x 24m crane barge with Figee Lemniscate 36t floating grab crane. Enquiries welcome.

Transshipment Crane Barge with Lemniscate crane


Built: 1996

Class: BV Coastal waters (ALP) – SS: 03/2020

LOA: 46.4m, Beam: 24m, Depth: 3.25m

Max draft: 1.7m

DWT: 705 mts


Grab duty: 36t

Hook duty: 40t

Crane type: Floating grab crane.

Outreach: Minimum outreach 13 m. Maximum outreach 43 m.

Hoisting capacity: Grab duty 36 tons. Hook duty 40 tons.

Outreach: 13-43 m

Hoisting height above water level: + 31.5 m.

Lowering depth under water level: 17.5 m.

Power supply: By means of diesel engine driven generator located in pontoon. CAT 3516

Classification: ALP, Coastal waters

Certification: Bureau Veritas

Operating conditions: The crane ship is also designed to work in Coastal Waters at Sea state 2 and Beaufort 3 in conformity with the applicable Bureau Veritas rules and regulations stated. Out-of operation the crane ship is designed to sail in coastal waters with sea state 3 and Beaufort 5.


Mounted on a pontoon, Figee Lemniscate crane provides fast and mobile operations and can achieve transshipment capacities of up to 25,000t per day.

Swiftly handling ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore operations, this design operates as well at sea as it does in sheltered waters. Flexibility, reliability and progressive performance under all circumstances make Figee floating cranes stand out from other floating and harbour grab cranes.


Asking price: on request

Delivery and inspection: Caribbean

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