Space efficient, safe multipurpose solutions for foot traffic and HC access
Solutions spanning cruise vessels to CTVs
Our experience in developing solutions spans from large cruise vessels to boatlandings for crewboats.
Motion Compensating Gangways
These units offer a mix of capabilities, ready to be configured to each client’s requirement. From 50m long floatel or installation vessel gangways down to modular 25m walk-to-work systems for the offshore energy industry, we engineer solutions that are just right for the customer scope. Simple solutions are passive, fixed length gangways, while the most complex is the 32m fully 3D-compensated, redundant power gangway with crane function and rolling cargo capability.
We offer engineered towers and pedestals for these installations, these vary in scope depending on the end user requirement, from simple fixed-height towers and stair towers, to telescopic or rack-guide adjustable height systems with embedded elevators. Our swivel-mounted gangway will ensure an even longer reach and adjustable working sector, ensuring more uptime and better choice of heading when docking the gangway.
Combine the gangway with our cargo handling solutions to offer a full logistics solution for SOVs or MPSVs.
Entrance and egress solutions
Unique multipurpose and reconfigurable solutions offer convenient, safe and compact installations for cruise vessels and yachts. Our RIB handling and docking systems for exploration cruise has shown its worth worldwide in anything from tropic to polar conditions. Tender docking systems ensure safe and efficient boarding while our wide, watertight entrance hatches with embedded telescopic gangways allow docking to any dock and in any tidal height variation.
The systems are built to ensure universal access with embedded HC lifts where necessary. These systems also passively compensate for motions induced by waves or tidal changes. A very popular solution is the gangway that reaches floating ice sheets, making it possible for tourists to walk directly from the vessel onto the ice.