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Altius in Angolan yacht move

September 1 - Altius' project division has loaded two catamarans, as well as one smaller boat, onto a vessel in Spain's Gijon port for shipment to the Angolan port of Luanda.

All three boats - the heaviest of which weighed 147 tonnes and measured 36.4 m x 10 m x 14.9 m - were loaded directly from the water onto a Safmarine vessel using the ship's gear.

A diver was also used to assist with the placing of nylon slings around the hulls of the two catamarans.

In a separate shipment, Altius delivered another 147-tonne catamaran to Angola.

 

 

www.grupoaltius.com

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