Dredging in Ports
PRCiP Sp. z o. o. is the abbreviation of the full Company name in Polish, which is: “Przedsiębiorstwo Robót Czerpalnych i Podwodnych Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością”. This translates to: Dredging and Underwater Works Company Limited.
Our Company has been established in 1947 as a state owned enterprise for reconstruction of the port infrastructure destroyed during the World War II.
In April 1999 it has been privatised. It is quite favourably located near the Port of Gdańsk, with own mooring berths and large storage areas and good access to the Baltic Sea through the harbour waterway. It has been provided with the dredging equipment built mostly in the Netherlands (IHC, de Liesbosch). Our main area of activity is Baltic Sea as well as Polish inland waters. We also have worked abroad in countries such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Romania. Over the years our staff has acquired professional experience in a variety of dredging
We have tug for sale:
Lc = 29.96, Bc = 8.05, H = 3.90, T = 3.01, GT = 190, Power = 441 kW x 2, V = 12-13 kt, rated load = 13 T,
year of construction 1976 Wisła Shipyard, Gdańsk
The unit has 7 single cabins - a wash basin in each cabin (6 cabins have 2 bunks), kitchen, mess room and bathroom.
All machinery (anchor windlass, steering gear, towing winch and others) are in working order and have no irregularities.
The unit is efficient in continuous operation.
The tugboat has a Class Certificate and a Safety Card valid until 27.04.2022
The minimum offer price is: 850,000.00 PLN
If you are interested please do not hesiate to contact with us.
Modernization of the deeper "Świdrak"
The "Świdrak" grab dredge has been modernised. A complete reconstruction of the dredger was carried out by "Etmal".
The work carried out will significantly improve the stability of the unit and increase the efficiency of its operation.
The reconstruction consisted in the insertion of hydraulically driven piles, which, after leaving the unit, stabilize the unit, leaning against the bottom. The large size of the structure required advanced design, calculations and technical preparation. The applied, modern technological solutions will ensure durability and ease of operation of the equipment.
- The pile drives are hydraulic. In the engine room, we installed a generator with sufficient power to supply 2 hydraulic pumps. The piles are 20 metres high and can anchor the unit to a depth of about 15-16 metres. The comprehensive reconstruction also included the execution of electrical installation and wireless control system. Installation works on Świdrak took about 7 weeks.
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