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Offshore Salvage at Tele

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A 8 ton excavator unfortunately ended in the sea inside a lagoon, at Tele on the south-west coast of Norway. This place is very beautiful, but almost impossible to get at with heavy equipment. There is only one way to go, and that's by sea. The entrance is narrow and shallow, so no ship or crane-barge may enter. Now I have put my small 18 ton P&H Omega S18 on a little flat-bottomed barge, and are waiting for good weather conditions.

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This map shows where Tele is located. www.mobilcrane.com

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The Kato with water over the cabin. www.mobilcrane.com

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This crane is now being constructed, but are still not available. The P&H Omega then had to be placed on a suitable barge, big enough to do the job safely, and small enough to enter Tele. Flekkefjord Slipp & Maskinfabrikk AS provided me with a barge in correct size. www.mobilcrane.com

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Early in the morning with the sunrice in the background. Inge Abrahamsen is here operating the towboat.  www.mobilcrane.com

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On the open sea. www.mobilcrane.com

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Entering Tele. Inge Abrahamsen had full control on the barge. www.mobilcrane.com

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Fastening the lifting equipment. Erik Svindland is operating the boat. www.mobilcrane.com

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Taking the load from the seabed. www.mobilcrane.com

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Allmost there. www.mobilcrane.com

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All in one picture. www.mobilcrane.com

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Leaving the site. www.mobilcrane.com

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The work is done, and the barge is leaving Tele. www.mobilcrane.com

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The new Kato at Knut Arild Nordli's cottage, safely on the quay. www.mobilcrane.com

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The return from Tele. www.mobilcrane.com

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The barge in good speed towards Abelnes. www.mobilcrane.com

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All-terain. Of course the crane can climb a step. www.mobilcrane.com

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Safe loaded on Osen Transport AS. Ole Sandsmark will transport the excavator to my workshop. www.mobilcrane.com

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The Kato at my workshop, unloaded by Vidar Sveigenes. www.mobilcrane.com

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This picture was taken the 21 July, three day's after the rescuing in Tele. All hydraulic systems are now in function. www.mobilcrane.com

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A big machine or a little wife? In any case she is happy. www.mobilcrane.com 

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