The Netherlands: Diving Support Vessel Don Daniel Arrives at De Hoop’s Fitting Out Quay in Rotterdam

Last week, Saturday the 12th August, the 105 meter Diving Support Vessel “Don Daniel” arrived at De Hoop’s fitting out quay in Rotterdam. Today the wheelhouse, funnel/boomrest and lifeboats where lifted on again.

These items where taken off so the vessel could pass the bridges from Lobith to Rotterdam.

About De Hoop:

Shipyard De Hoop has a history of almost 1500 build vessels and more than 3000 designs. Although it is strong in the inland passengervessel and offshore markets, virtually any ship can be completely engineered and built by De Hoop. Examples of this are the transport vessels “Brion” and “Breuil” built for Airbus, the cable layer “Sea Spider” built for Wagenborg and the semi-submersible diving platform “Amethyst”.

Source: dehoop, August 15, 2011

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