19th to 21st of May 2020

Barreras contracts the first ship to look for gold under the marine bed

The order is for a North American Norwegian company and it is anticipated that it will be ready in 2010.
This unit its the first world-wide prototype of this class and has a budget of about 250 million euros The shipyard Barreras will construct a ship to detect the possible deposits of minerals and precious metals under the marine bed, in which it will be the first prototype of these characteristics made in the world. The exploration unit will have a length of 150 meters and one sleeve of 30 and will be ready in 2010. The fulfillment of the downtimes is, indeed, one of the strengths of the naval sector of Vigo, which has deserved the confidence of one of the strongest countries of the marine world. Until a ten of shipping Norwegians have contracted ships in Vigo, with a in total charge that are valued in around 1,600 million euros and 20 units. The majority corresponds to seismic units or of support to the petroliferous platforms (Source: The Voice of Galicia)

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