Planning pays in Willem de Rubroeck’s debut

The Willem de Rubroeck was required to work in large Atlantic Ocean swells dredging hard seabed and also worked near existing port infrastructure in shallow waters

Belgian contractor Jan De Nul’s most powerful cutter suction dredger, the 41,346 kW Willem de Rubroeck, has successfully completed its maiden project in Mauritania.

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