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Oversized Kasko through Kiel Canal by NAUTITEC / KOTUG / BIJMA


published on 29 July 2020 63 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "AveSolutions".
Going Beyond Borders. The first oversized Kasko (120m x 40m) passed the Holtenau locks at Kiel on her way from the Neptun shipyard in Rostock to Meyer shipyard in Papenburg.

The planning and simulation study on this towage has been performed by NAUTITEC and KOTUG, with the great assistance of pilots and Kiel canal authorities on behalf of Meyer shipyard.

Produced by AVE-Solutions in order of Nautitec, Kotug and Bijma Sleepdiensten.
Germany, Kiel
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