Latest news

2018

May

Long length pieces for Bahia

Fitting three pieces of 50.25 meters length under deck is one of the features which makes the Sea-Works and Hong Fa fleet unique. The  36,000 dwt Blue-Whale Class multipurpose heavy lift vessel delivered these giant length pieces to the Port of Salvador in the North-East of Brazil and successfully completed the transportation of this project ex. China.

Read more »

2018

April

Patrol boats for Argentina

Two high end patrol boats have been loaded on the vessel Trent Navigator and transported from the Mediterranean to the port of Buenos Aires where they have been safely discharged and handed over to the respective authority.  Both the new-build patrol vessels have a length of 25 meters and service at a top speed of over 45 Knots.

Read more »

2018

March

Woodpulp shipments from Brasil

SeaWorks has multiple in-house disciplines when is comes to the cargo variety which are moved around the globe. The company successfully contracted and arranged the first shipment of woodpulp in bales, part of a larger contract, from Salvador to China. The modern and geared box-shaped, open-hatch multipurpose vessel Mv. Giulia I was contracted to load this sensitive cargo.

Read more »

2018

February

Cable reels from Puerto Acu, Brazil

SeaWorks, the dedicated and specialized provider of project and break-bulk ocean transport service, loaded Mv Symphony Spirit in partnership with Forestwave Navigation at Puerto Açu with 24 cable reels under and on deck. The vessel, one of a series of 8 project multipurpose carriers with the accommodation in front, sailed from Brazil mid-February for the East Coast of the United Kingdom. With her one hold/one hatch configuration, vessels cranes, experienced crew and shore support team a perfect match for the cargo and the customer’s needs. All units where efficiently loaded, stowed, lashed and secured according to our design which formed part of our transport scope.

Read more »

2018

January

Discharging direct onto barge Montevideo

SeaWorks discharged three 165 Metric tons heavy transformers and other heavy  over-sized equipment direct onto barge at Montevideo using vessels own cranes. The MPP vessel stowed the units onto the barge and reused the original lashing and securing materials during the operation all cargo was discharged smoothly without damages. The Paraguayan receivers collected the equipment form the barge in the up river port of Asuncion free of damage and withing he agreed time limit.

Read more »

2017

December

SeaWorks goes green!

SeaWorks arranged its first shipment of Olive Pomace in bulk from Spain to Denmark and loaded 7,300mtons within 2 days and transported the goods, safely, to her discharge port where it was received in good order. Shippers and Receivers were very pleased with the flexible operation and good performance. Despite the adverse weather conditions, the vessel passed Biscay without delay and arrived timely in her discharge port.

Read more »

category.php