Dredgers of the World - 7th EditionPublications // October 30, 2009
CRSL has recently published the latest edition of its register Dredgers of the World.
Now in its seventh edition, this well respected register has become the primary reference book on vessels in the dredging industry. With the on-going assistance of the International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC) and many of the world’s best known dredging contractors the register is continually improving and expanding.
This seventh edition provides even more comprehensive coverage of the world’s dredging fleet including specification and performance data for more than 1200 vessels.
For the first time the new 7th edition also includes:
- An eight page colour montage
- Statistics on the world’s dredger builders
Vessel information includes general information such as name, owner/manager, year built, type, classification, flag, call sign.
Main dimensions information includes LOA, breadth, depth, drafts (dredging, loaded and unloaded), GT, NT, DWT.
Machinery and power data includes main engine(s), available power (all modes of operation), and performance.
Dredging and discharge equipment includes dredging depths, capacities (dredging and discharge), shore delivery system (if applicable), hopper capacity, pipe diameters.
Information is also included on accommodation (if applicable) and type of mooring system.
Additional data - this paragraph includes details on every element of a dredger's specification or performance not listed under the main information headings.
Dredger types included in the latest edition of Dredgers of the World includes 233 backhoe, dipper, grab and clam shell dredgers; 18 barge unloading dredgers; 53 bucket ladder dredgers; 412 cutter suction dredgers (including bucket wheel dredgers); 32 types of special equipment - agitation, water injection and wormwheel dredgers; 39 suction dredgers; and 481 trailing suction hopper dredgers.
Members of the IADC, CEDA, IAPH or The Institute of Civil Engineers will receive a 25 per cent discount when they purchase the 7th edition of Dredgers of the World.
For more information telephone +44 (0)1531 634561, or visit our website at www.crsl.com.