AAL Successfully Delivers Superyacht Hull To Western Australia

The multipurpose sector’s most trusted heavy-lift carrier, AAL, recently transported an 85.3m (240t) all-aluminum yacht hull from Humen in South China to Henderson in Western Australia, aboard the 19,000 dwt S-Class MPV the AAL Dampier.

The 85-meter structure is destined for assembly into a 1,550dwt state-of-the-art superyacht by one of the world’s premier yacht builders – specifically one of its naval-inspired and flagship series.

Whereas the lucky owner’s name has not been made public, yacht specifications could comprise a helicopter pad, 8 ensuite cabins across 5 decks, with further accommodation for approximately 21 crew and would comfortably reach speeds of up to 24 knots.

AAL Dampier Discharging an 86m Heavy Lift Superyacht Hull
Image Credits: AAL Shipping

Utilizing the AAL Dampier’s 700t max lifting capacity and her 1,584sqm weather deck space – not to mention the carefully planned and executed loading, stowage, and discharge operation, delivered in partnership between the specialist crew of the AAL Dampier and the carrier’s world-class engineering team – AAL again showed why it’s the industry’s most awarded and trusted partner for the safe loading, transport, and delivery of high-value and high-spec cargo. The operation was completed on time, within budget and to the demanding specifications of the cargo stakeholders.

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