ITC O f f e r s Brochure D e s c r i b i n g Its N ew H e a v y - L i f t Vessel

International Transport Contractors (ITC-Holland) of Haarlem, Holland, is offering a free eight-page color brochure describing its new very large semisubmersible ship the Sibig Venture.

The vessel was constructed by A s t i l l e r o s Espanoles S.A.

(AESA) and recently completed sea trials successfully.

The brochure contains a complete description of the new vessel including a series of drawings illustrating the manner in which different types of heavy cargo can be transported safely and efficiently. A complete description of the new ship includes dimensions, profile drawings, deadweight scales, capacities and decentrifuges tails on equipment such as the main engines, communications equipment, cargo handling gear, lifting gear, four-point mooring systems, etc. The Sibig Venture can transport very heavy loads of up to 44,000 tons deadweight, at a 3-meter freeboard. The vessel is capable of handling large offshore drilling rigs, platform jackets, cranes, entire dredges and industrial plants.

ITC-Holland has been wellknown for years as a world leader in the heavy cargo transport field.

The company has seven tugs of 15,000 IHP each in addition to its heavy lift vessels and is actively engaged in conventional towing operations in addition to the heavy lift phase of the business.

For a free copy of ITC's new heavy lift brochure, "Ready For Lift-Off," Write 73 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 8,  Mar 1983

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