The launching of the largest ship for maritime and dredging works: made by Victoria Shipyards, Adria has an excavator designed to record the work of excavation and dredging of the seabed and channels in the Mediterranean Sea.
It is ‘Chioggia’, the largest ship Italian dredger which was launched yesterday by Victoria Shipyards of Adria, a long monohull 84.20m, 19m-wide, with a full load displacement of 7,400t and can reach speeds of 11k, capacity 5,200t.
Exceptional in particular the size of the excavator, the first example of Liebherr HS 8300, the largest crane lattice designed by the German Liebherr on a boat, has a weight of 240t, with an outreach of 41m and submarine buckets 30m³ of capacity, which will be installed on the ship in the coming weeks. A hoisting machine specially designed for dredging works and dredging of the seabed and channels in the Mediterranean Sea.
The working ship will be used by the company Zeta srl di Chioggia, a company that operates throughout Italy for over thirty years in the field of maritime works and defense services of the coast, environmental morphology, specialized works.