Loading and discharging
operations










"Emporda"
San Pedro
Ships loading logs in San Pedro (Ivory Coast). The logs come down the river until the place were the ships are at anchor


"Maresme"
Buenaventura
Discharging in Buenaventura (Colombia). In the forward is the sister ship "Emporda"


"Golar Edinburgh"
Onsan
Tankers discharging area in Onsan (Korea). In this photo the next tanker is tied up to the SBM in the forward and to a tug in the anstern. This tug is avoiding the ship going towards the buoy


"Golar Edinburgh"
Onsan
With the ship discharging in the same area the hoses are hoisted up from the water by the crane. There is a fence to avoid any oil spill.


"Golar Edinburgh"
Onsan
In the same place the tug can be seen keeping the ship in position.


"Golar Edinburgh"
Yosu
Here the ship is discharging in a jetty in Yosu (Korea). In this case the ship is connected by articulated pipes.


"Golar Edinburgh"
Galveston lightering area
Lightering to a smaller tanker in Galveston (USA) area. Due to the draft in this area the big tankers cannot approach to the coast.


"Golar Edinburgh"
Guinea
Loading in open sea, in Guinea, from a ship that is there as storage.


"Golar Edinburgh"
Come-by-Chance
Discharging in a cold and windy place, Come-by-Chance in Newfounland.



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