First voyage for Happy Sky

By Laura Hatton31 July 2013

Happy Sky has begun its first voyage from Shanghai to Cape Lambert, Australia

Happy Sky has begun its first voyage from Shanghai to Cape Lambert, Australia

BigLift Shipping's new heavy lift vessel, Happy Sky, has begun its first voyage, from Shanghai in China to Cape Lambert, Australia.

The 155 metre long vessel is transporting three large modules for a port project in Cape Lambert. The largest of the modules weighs 935 tonnes, while the smallest weighs 777 tonnes.

Happy Sky was built by Larsen & Toubro in India and features two 900 tonne capacity Huisman heavy lift mast cranes. The cranes have a lifting height of 40.9 m above deck.

The voyage is the first of four consecutive shipments.

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