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The buoys were fabricated by JGH Marine to upgrade vessel mooring capacity for the Kenya Port Authority. Each mooring system has a mooring capacity for vessels in excess of 100,000 dwt and comprises a 5.6m x 3m x 26mt buoy connected to a 27m x 76mm long stud link riser chain, linked to three x 27m stud link ground chains equidistantly spread at 120 degrees and each with a 15mt anchor.
The installation was done using tug Comarco Hawk, barge Comarco 184 and Comarco 105mt Linkbelt crane and all under supervision of Capt Amin Bahero, in his 38th year of working at Comarco.
The work was completed to the satisfaction of JGH and the KPA on 24 December 2016.
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