International Dredging Review

International Dredging Review

Damen Develops New Shoalbuster

Damen’s new Ultra Shallow Shoalbuster 3815 SD has completed sea trials and bollard pull testing in the Middle East. Damen developed the design of the new Shoalbuster 3815 SD after extensive dialogue with numerous workboat operators from the oil and gas, and dredging industries, in addition to end clients who charter… Read More

Callan Marine Launches General MacArthur

Callan Marine launched the General MacArthur, one of the largest cutter suction dredges in the U.S. market. At 290 feet in length and a 9-foot draft, the General MacArthur has 24,000 total installed horsepower. Powered by three Cat-MAK diesel engines, the dredge has a fuel capacity of… Read More

Coda Announces Seabed Classification Beta Release

Coda Octopus has released the beta version of a new software package for automated seabed classification. Integrated within its Survey Engine® range, this new software automatically interprets users’ sidescan sonar data to detect and classify different seabed types. The seabed classification module uses AI (artificial intelligence) based… Read More

Jan De Nul Adds New Dredge to Argentinian Fleet

Jan De Nul has added water injection dredge (WID) Giovanni Venturi to its fleet in Argentina, a media report by InfoCampo said. Jan De Nul invested $20 million US in the new dredge, which will be added to the company’s six-dredge fleet operating in Argentina. Giovanni Venturi was the company’s… Read More

Turner Designs Releases Turbidity Plus Sensor

Turner Designs has introduced a new turbidity sensor with a minimum detection limit of 0.05NTU and a maximum range of 500NTU. Those interested in harbor dredging, underground pipe installation and riverine applications in general will find value in these turbidity measurements at very low levels of detection. Read More