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The world's largest construction vessel Pioneering Spirit passes through Bosporus

Pioneering Spirit, the world's largest construction vessel used for the work of the Turkish Stream Natural Gas Pipeline, passes for the third time in the Bosphorus. While the passage of the Gates to the 15th of July Martyrs Bridge was viewed from the air, seyrine created a landscape without satisfaction. The gates are expected to pass through the throat in about 6 hours.

20 June 2018 - 10:45 - Update: 20 June 2018 - 10:54

Pioneering Spirit, the world's largest construction vessel used for the work of the Turkish Stream Natural Gas Pipeline, passes for the third time in the Bosphorus. While the passage of the Gates to the 15th of July Martyrs Bridge was viewed from the air, seyrine created a landscape without satisfaction. The gates are expected to pass through the throat in about 6 hours.

After Turkish Stream  to complete their work on the 930-kilometer deep-sea section of the first pipeline will supply natural gas to Turkey carried out maintenance and repair of the Netherlands 'Pioneering Spirit' has redundant length of 448 meters, a total of 382 meters in length and 403 thousand 342 gross tons in dimension, Maltese-flagged giant ship continues  its way back to the Black Sea. 

From the morning hours onwards, the giant traffic to the Bosphorus was closed for two-way traffic. The ship, which passed under the Martyrs Bridge of July 15, formed a unique landscape in the Bosphorus. The ship was shown in the air with the bridge. The images of the sea taken from the air revealed how large a ship it was. The ship's passing continues.

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