Dredgers

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Name Type Year Deadweight

Class

Details

Upon request

Non-self-propelled dredger TBN0790

Non-self-propelled dredger

2007

20 tons

Kazakhstan Maritime Register

Non-self-propelled dredger of 20mts DWT with capacity 1 600 cbm/h

Upon request

Non-self-propelled dredger TBN0789

Non-self-propelled dredger

1977

34,40 tons

Kazakhstan Maritime Register

Non-self-propelled dredger of 34,40mts DWT. Built 1977, Czechoslovakia.

Upon request

Self-propelled hold grab dredger TBN0785

Self-propelled hold grab dredger

1988

600 tons

RMRS

Self-propelled hold grab dredger / geared dry cargo vessel of 600mt DWT on 3,3m draft. Built in 1988 in Japan.

Upon request

Cutter suction dredger TBN0713

Cutter suction dredger

2008

--- tons

CCS

Cutter suction dredger built in 2008 in China. Dredging depth 6-28m.

Upon request

Self-propelled trailing hopper suction dredger TBN0712

Self-propelled trailing hopper suction dredger

1974

-- tons

DNV-GL

Self-propelled trailing hopper suction dredger built in 1974 with bottom doors and pump ashore installation.

Upon request

Non-self-propelled cutter suction dredger TBN0593

Non-self-propelled cutter suction dredger

2012

5600 tons

CCS

Non-self-propelled cutter suction dredger built in 2012 in China. Dimensions: 102.30 X 20.40 X 5.20m. Capacity 6000㎥/h.

Upon request

Dredger TBN0009

Dredger

1976

1515 tons

RRR

Dredger of 1515mt DWT built in 1976, Japan.

Upon request

TBN0390

Self-propelled barge with excavator

1970

205 tons

Self-propelled barge with excavator of 205mt DWT on 1,95m draft. Built in 1970.

Upon request

TBN0389

Self-propelled barge with excavator

1977

447 tons

Self-propelled barge with excavator of 447mt DWT on 2,30m draft. Built in 1977.

Upon request

TBN0388

Self-propelled barge with excavator

1996

458 tons

Self-propelled barge with excavator of 458mt DWT 1,85m draft. Built in 1996.

Upon request

TBN0387

Self-propelled grab dredger

2004

400 tons

RINA

Self-propelled grab dredger of 400 mt DWT. Cargo is loaded ton deck.

Upon request

TBN0379

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger

2007

3720 tons

RINA

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger of 3720mt DWT on 3,51m draft. Built in 2007.

Upon request

TBN0378

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger with openable bottom

2012

3718 tons

RINA

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger with openable bottom. DWT 3718mt on 4,7m draft. Built in 2012.

Upon request

TBN0377

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger with openable bottom

2016

4120 tons

RINA

Self-propelled grab hopper dredger with openable bottom. DWT 4120mt on 5,1m draft. Built in 2016.

Upon request

TBN0309

Revolving floating crane / Grab dredger

1979

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Revolving floating crane / Grab dredger

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About dredgers 

Dredgers are designed to perform deepening or maintenance dredging works and mining of mineral resources such as sand, gravel, etc. Self-propelled dredgers have their own propulsion system enabling them to move while on the dredging spot and perform independent passages from one place to another within their navigation limits. Non-selfpropelled dredgers do not have their own propulsion and are being moved by multicast and/or tugs. Depending on the dredging method the dredgers are classified as follows: 

  1. Trailing Suction Dredgers, which are equipped with powerful pumps, suction pipes and dredge heads to suck the sediments from the bottom. The pulp (mixture of water and soil) is then either transported through the floating pulp line or loaded into hopper. The latter subtype equipped with own cargo hoppers is called Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers. This type of dredgers are used for dredging soft soils (sand, gravel, light silt). 
  2. Cutter Suction Dredgers are equipped pumps, suction pipes and cutters to dredge hard soils which need to be broken prior to sucking. Dredged material is being either pushed through the pipeline or loaded into the own hopper or in hopper barges, which transport the dredged materials ashore or to the discharge areas. 
  3. Dipper or Backhoe dredgers are equipped with excavator and bucket or grabs. These dredgers are used for very hard soils. 
  4. Chain bucket dredgers are equipped with rotating chain of numerous buckets. 

Small dredgers are usually of dismountable type. I.e. their hulls consist of several pontoons which can be easily dismantled and transported by road, rail or sea and assembled at the point destination. Bigger dredgers are monohull type. I.e. they have a single all welded hull of high strength. 

In order we could find for you a right dredger meeting your needs, please inform us your requirements, namely: 

  • Capacity in cubic meters of dredged soil per hour;
  • Maximum dredging depth;
  • Soils to be dredged (for example, fine/medium/coarse sand, gravel);
  • Self-propelled or non-selfpropelled;
  • Distance from shore to the dredging area;
  • Age limit;
  • Budget available for acquisition of the dredger.