Wk04-2017 H405 PANAMA

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Sunday, a of rest but also site-seeing. Today to the direction od Capolo, land inwards. It is an extreme hot day, the thermometer raises to 35 degr. C. The landscape is dry but very impressive.

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The small villages along the dirt road expand  with traditional built houses. A wooden frame plastered with clay, the roof is covered with elephant grass.img_0913-copy

This week a meeting in Luanda. In Longo, named after the ‘Rio Longo’ is a rest place for the travelers.dscn8149-copy

Entering  Luanda you are also facing the  private group taxi’s called’ Kangongeiro’, a  painted in blue and white. They are private ly owned and rented out to the driver. For each day they pay the owner a fixed fee and what they earn more is their profit. A round trip to the city will cast as much as US$2,00 (AOA200,00) so ver cheap and fast transport. For safety….. i would not recommend it.dscn8142-copy

On the yard the profilers are full in operation. img_0984-kopie%cc%88ren

The last sub-spools are pre-fabricated and some changes on exciting spools are made.img_0986-kopie%cc%88ren

Connectors with welded pup piece and insulation mould.img_0988-kopie%cc%88ren

Transport of subsea connectorsimg_0989-kopie%cc%88ren

The BENGO on quay side. This afternoon we will perform a MOB (Man Overboard Drill).img_0990-kopie%cc%88ren

Flame cutting works on the barge.img_0995-kopie%cc%88ren

The removal of FLET bumpers from the barge with the use of the MAEDA mini crane. A fast and safe operation.img_0998-kopie%cc%88ren

H405 ready for sail-away.img_1000-kopie%cc%88ren

Fabrication stands for the final assembly of then spools.img_1004-kopie%cc%88ren

Preparation of the fabrication standsimg_1005-kopie%cc%88ren

Spool fabrication area prepared for the leveling and compacting of the assembly area, this will start next week.img_1007-kopie%cc%88ren

Spare double joints stored in the spare pipe crates.img_1009-kopie%cc%88ren

Barge H 405 waiting to be called off by the Balder.img_1013-kopie%cc%88ren

Ongoing paint touch-up of the FLET’s.img_1014-kopie%cc%88ren

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