Video: Wagenborg Assists Converter DolWin Gamma


Video Courtesy: Royal Wagenborg


On June 29, the converter station DolWin Gamma was transported with the help of Royal Wagenborg’s tugs in Eemshaven. 

DolWin Gamma entered Eemshaven under agency of Wagenborg on the pontoon Nordic Giant 102, which was towed by the tug Union Manta.

The Wagenborg tugs Waterstraat, Watergeus en Waterstad assisted with the tug Bugsier 10.

The converter station comes from the Nordic Yard in Rostock and will be installed approximately 50 km above Borkum, according to the company.

Wagenborg Towage, part of Royal Wagenborg, specializes in harbor, inland and sea towage, heavy lift, transport, offshore services and salvage. The company has a fleet of nine tugs, six barges and a floating heavy-liftcrane.

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