Tight squeeze canal tow for cruise ship section

The sections are pre-fabricated modules for the new cruise ship Aidanova and need to be transferred from Neptun Werft in Rostock to Meyer Werft’s shipyard in Papenburg

Rotterdam-based Kotug and Hamburg-based Bugsier Reederei have played a key role in the towing of the first of two engine room sections through the Kiel canal locks with a gap of just centimetres each side.

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