Top 7 Largest Crane Vessels

I’m now living in Madeira Island, Portugal, and at the beginning of this week (Monday, January 10th) we all woke up with the beautiful view, south of the Funchal coast and close to the cruise port, of the Saipem 7000, the second biggest crane vessel in the world. As usual, this brought to me the curiosity to check the Top 7 Biggest Crane Vessels:

1. Thialf

Company: Heerema Marine Contractors

Capacity: 14 200 Tons (2 x 7 100)

Type: Semi-submersible

2. Saipem 7000

Company: Saipem Italy

Capacity: 14 000 Tons (2 x 7 000)

Type: Semi-submersible

3. Svanen

Company: Ballast Nedam

Capacity: 8 700 Tons

Type: Catamaran

4. Hermod

Company: Heerema Marine Contractors

Capacity: 8 165 Tons (1 x 4 536 + 1 x 3 629)

Type: Semi-submersible

5. Lan Jing

Company: CNOOC

Capacity: 7 500 Tons

Type: Monohull

6. Balder

Company: Heerema Marine Contractors

Capacity: 6 350 Tons (1 x 3 629 + 1 x 2 722)

Type: Semi-submersible

7. Borealis

Company: Acergy

Capacity: 5 000 Tons

Type: Monohull

Source: Wikipedia, cranevessels.com

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15 comments

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    • Victor

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  7. Helios

    Some corrections:
    -Saipem 7000: owned by Saipem Italy (not Heerema Marine Contractors).
    -Borealis: correct owner is Acergy, but the picture shows the new build vessel Aegir of Heerema Marine Contractors.
    -Aegir: new build vessel for Heerema Marine Contractors will have a 4000 Tons mast crane.
    You should add the following:
    -Sapura 3000
    -Oleg Strashnov
    -Stanislav Yudin
    -Sampson

    • Victor

      Sorry for taking so long in posting your comments.
      Thanks for the information. I already actualized the information about Saipem owner.
      Regarding Borealis, it is very difficult to find pictures of it, but I change the one I originally posted with a new one. I’ll appreciate your feedback on it.
      The other crane vessels you mentioned, are largest than the ones I posted?
      Regards

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