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Fleet and equipment

Boskalis has an extensive and versatile fleet comprising around 600 vessels and auxiliary equipment which can be deployed in the optimal configuration for each individual project. Cost leadership is essential to our competitive position and the optimization and standardization of our fleet is a continuous process whereby we not only invest in new build, but also ensure that the fleet is kept technically shipshape. Boskalis is certified under the International Safety Management (ISM) Code. A Plant Management System compliant with this code has been introduced to ensure optimum deployment of our ships.

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CBT2400

Hybrid Subsea Cable Trencher

BOKA Atlantic (2)

BOKA Atlantic

Multi Purpose DP3 Offshore Construction Vessel

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Fjord

Semi-submersible barge

23,845 Tons
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Asian Helping Hand III

Floating sheerleg

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Fighter

Anchor handling tug

90 Tons bollard pull
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E1506

Pontoon CC/SA/TA

1 Tons
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Investments

Boskalis understands the need to have the best and most efficient vessels and equipment in order to provide the best service to our clients . Over the past few years Boskalis has invested in a state-of-the-art fleet and is well-positioned for the coming years.

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Smit Lamnalco

Smit Lamnalco operates a combined fleet of over 150 vessels assisting ships in ports in the Asia-Pacific region and at offshore terminals at remote locations across the globe.

Our joint venture fleet

Together with our joint venture partner we have an even more versatile fleet at our disposal that can be deployed for an array of activities. We assist thousands of ships in 27 of the world's most prominent and busiest ports in 36 countries.