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Ship's engine flies with Intermarine

August 19 - USA-based Intermarine has delivered a ship engine for a German owner from the manufacturer in Asia to the owner's vessel in the Dominican Republic.

Industrial Dart, one of Intermarine's heavy lift vessels equipped with dual 250-tonne cranes, which can be combined to lift cargoes up to 500 tonnes, carried the 93 tonne engine from Houston to the port of Boca Chica, in the Dominican Republic. 

There, Industrial Dart moored alongside the stranded vessel and placed the engine directly onto the floor of the vessel's engine room.

 

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