Self-propelled work vessels


All self-propelled work vessels are suited to fall dry and can be used as
  • transport vessel
  • carrier vessel
  • work pontoon
and
  • stone dumping vessel.

Here a tabular overvieuw.

 

Berghaus

Braune

Henriette

Martin Friederich

Navigation area
Coastal area
RSA
(20 Nm)
Coastal area
RSA
(20 Nm)
Coastal area Coastal area
Parameter/
Engine power
2 x 225 kW plus 1 x 184 kW 2 x 184 kW 2 x 250 kW 2 x 331 kW
Load capacity max. 501 t 646 t 360/582 t 326 t
Draught max. 2.00 m 1.735 m 1.77/2.22 m 1.74 m
Additional equipment
stone dum-
ping device 
hydraulic crane
Ro-Ro ramp Mobile ramp Mobile ramp
Front flap
yes
yes
yes
Anchor piles of
8 – 30 m
2 x 20 m 2 – 3 piles of variable length
2 – 4 piles of variable length
2 – 3 piles of variable length
Winch size 4 x 80 kN on request on request on request
Use of excavator on request yes yes yes
Use of cranes on request on request on request on request
Use of driving units/drill rigs (Mäkler) on request on request on request on request

 

Sophie and Helene

Friederike

Segerdiek

Hogen

Navigation area National waters National waters Navigation in tidal flats Zones 2 – 4 except for the Rhine
Parameter/
Engine power
2 x139 kW 2 x 235 kW 276 kW 98 kW
Load capacity max. 290 t 370 t 209 t 148.57 t
Draught max. 1.71 m 1.78 m 1.40 m 1.30 m
Additional equipment Mobile ramp Mobile ramp Mobile ramp Mobile ramp
Front flap yes - -
Anchor piles of 8 – 30 m 2 piles of variable length 2 piles of variable length 2 piles of variable length 2 piles of variable length
Winch size on request on request on request on request
Use of excavator yes yes yes yes
Use of cranes on request on request on request on request
Use of driving units/drill rigs (Mäkler) on request on request on request on request