Boluda Corporación Marítima expands its minor port services fleet

2019-07-02T19:45:29+00:0016/01/2019|News|

The company’s subsidiary Port Services has added the multi-purpose vessel GREEN HUELVA, the catamaran VB ALEGRANZA, the crane vessel PARDELA CHICA and barge AMASUR 9

Boluda Corporación Marítima has added four new units to its subsidiary Port Services, which are already providing services in the ports of Huelva, Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, continuing the company’s current policy of continuous fleet improvement and modernization within the internal business division.

These vessels possess a variety of different specifications, enabling them to provide specialized services adapted to meet the different needs of an increasingly demanding market.

The GREEN HUELVA is a multi-purpose boat made of steel and equipped to transport personnel, dry cargo on deck and liquid bulk tanks for removing oily bilge water. It is already operating in the port of Huelva, achieving high customer satisfaction for its versatility and excellent loading and manoeuvring capacity. 19.25 metres long with 18.80 metre beam, it possesses two Caterpillar engines of 287 kW each and a 132m2-capacity tank.

The AMASUR 9 speedboat is a 9m long fiberglass vessel equipped with a modern and efficient 250 HP John Deere inboard engine, as well as a towing hook and a suitable freeboard for agile manoeuvres even under the jetties of the oil port of Huelva.

A new addition in the port of Las Palmas, the fast catamaran VB ALEGRANZA is built entirely from aluminium, and despite only recently entering into service has fast become the go-to choice for services both in the port itself and in dredging operations, and even as a support vessel for oil platforms in offshore operations, owing to its high speed and manoeuvrability.

Equipped with the latest and most efficient technical specifications in navigation, the vessel is 16.47 metres long, with 6.28 m beam and two 600 HP IPS Volvo engines.

The fourth new vessel is the PARDELA CHICA, based in the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It is equipped with a with a high load capacity crane and an interior chamber with capacity for 12 people. It is 16 m long, 5.40 beam with a 165 HP Iveco engine.