Five new brochures has been made. You can down load them under the relevant page. The general pamphlet is available on the start page. Under each model you find the specific information sheets. If you wish hard copies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Meet us at the Navdex exhibition in UAE 22 to 26 February 2015. The event is held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre – ADNEC. The stand is C-015. Welcome!
See the SUBLIFT 40t at the Helsinki Boat Fair “Vene Båt” 6-15 February 2015 hall 7, stand 7e12.
We are happy to announce that the Swede Ship Sublift home page is now up and running. Four models are marketed 12, 25, 40 and 75 ton. 12, 25 and 40 ton are all proven designs built under the new regime. The 75 ton is based on the experiences made on previous 65 and 90 ton models. First deliveries in the new regime has already been made. Revised contact details are seen below. Do feel free to contact us in any matter at any time. We are at your service!
Exhibition moving boats with sublift in Finland.
Handling of boats with SUBLIFT at Göteborgsmässan.
(Photo: Lassen Klingström)
September 30th a Sublift 25t leaves the production site for Trafalgar Wharf, UK.
The new boat lift at Lochinver Harbor was pressed into service only hours after the Harbours Staff were trained in its use to rescue the damaged fishing vessel “Fortitude” UL 48 yesterday evening. The “Fortitude” had struck rocks and was taking water off Lochinver during the afternoon of the 16th August. The Lochinver Lifeboat was called out immediately and attended to the stricken vessel which was close to sinking. Using a high volume pump the Lifeboat crew prevented the water rising further, however could not get ahead and a second pump had the be delivered to the vessel by HM Coastguard helicopter. With both pumps running the “Fortitude” was taken under tow by the Lochinver Lifeboat and returned to Lochinver Harbour around 18:00, where it was recovered and lifted from the water by the new boatlift. The new boat lift supplied by “Sublift AB” of Sweden was joint funded by The Highland Council and LEADER and had had only been delivered the previous week. Highland Council Harbours staff who had only just undergone training in its operation when the emergency arose managed to lift the vessel to safety up the purpose built slipway, preventing further damage and perhaps loss of the vessel.