Different I have to say.
Interesting to note that in the age of high technology the Cofferdams were bare metal and most of the chainblock operations shown were handraulic and not electric.
But the million dollar question that needs answering remains unsolved.
How much and who paid.
The roller race manufacturer or ABB?
Or maybe the seals manufacturer?
Bearing wear, shaft drops down onto the seal lip, result?
More insurance co spanking again?
Dread to think of ABB's excess on their policy.
Big, big Megga bucks here methinks.
Heading up to hundred million perhaps?
I see she is now currently once again for the third time running at reduced speeds owing yet again to " propulsion problems "
I further note that some of the new builds are back on shafts not Anzipods.
Booked up for Freeport again for dry docking.
Well I suppose the purpose built cofferdams got lonely or was it a case of third one free?
What's next in the Anzipod world methinks.
Who's next ?
Remembering The Good Old days, when Chiefs stood watches and all Torque settings were F.T.