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Liebherr crane lifting a yacht

Discussion in 'Cranes' started by manolitor, Mar 27, 2020.

  1. manolitor

    manolitor Member

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    Every year abandoned yacht are removed from the ports, many times because the owners have decided not to continue using them, they stop paying the fee and other times because the owner has died and nobody takes over the boat because it is in very bad condition, in the video removing an abandoned ship with a Liebherr crane, to be stored in the dry marina

     
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  2. Tugger2

    Tugger2 Senior Member

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    Nice pick ,they must have lifted a few .
     
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  3. Tones

    Tones Senior Member

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    Not much of a chance of slipping in the slings with all those barnacles. A good job well done
     
  4. Kiwi-truckwit

    Kiwi-truckwit Well-Known Member

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    We lift quite a few.Seems like a lot of crane for not that much boat (not a yacht, more a small launch). Textbook lift though
     
  5. John C.

    John C. Senior Member

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    Nice to see a crane video without a disaster.