Superstructure blocks in place
Despite the harsh northern hemisphere winter, construction of Australia’s Antarctic icebreaker, RSV Nuyina, continues apace at Damen Shipyards.
The helicopter hangar and the pedestals for the two 55 tonne cranes have been added, and all the major superstructure blocks are in place for the first time.
Ship builders celebrated the milestone on the upper decks of the icebreaker.
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