Jenkins Marine have a range of flat top pontoons available for charter. Our 50m x 14m pontoons are BV classed with a full international loadline for use world wide, they have an impressive deck cargo capacity of 1300t, and an ultra shallow light draft of only 0.5m.
These pontoons can be provided with circular hollow section spud legs, up to 18m long. We have stock with a diameter of 610mm. Typical uses include material storage and transport, such as storage of long steel piles for marine civil engineering projects. They can also be used as crane barges for crawler cranes up to 150t.
Our 30m x 11m pontoons have a equally ultra shallow light draft of only 0.4m! These have a 500t deck cargo capacity as well as the option of spud legs make them an extremely versatile choice for general operations, and can easily accommodate up to a 70t crawler crane. With full BV class and international loadline, this is a very versatile option.
For the more restricted operations, our 18m x 6m pontoon offers a compact solution. With self-elevating 12m long spud legs on deck winches and a deck capacity of 50t, previous uses have included site welfare platform, material storage, and excavator platform for dredging and piling operations in shallow areas. With a light draft of only 0.3m, this pontoon is certificated to operate around the UK coast up to 20NM from a safe haven.
Our fleet of tugs and workboats is available to mobilise our pontoons wherever you need them. They can remain on site to move them around on your project together with any other work platforms you have on charter.
Other pontoon options include four point mooring systems and deck protection, which we can arrange for you.
Whatever your operations, make Jenkins Marine your first port of call!
JML5014 Transporting a Giant Whale Sculpture to Dundee.
(Footage courtesy of the whale’s sculptor Lee Simmons)
If you have a requirement for marine operations in shallow or near shore projects, please feel free to get in touch to see where we can help. Alternatively, you can find out more about our specific vessels here: Our Vessels