The IJsselwerf location consists of a quay, a section building shed, a slipway shed and a large outdoor terrain with a tower crane. Its total ground surface is about 29,000m2. Zwijnenburg has worked at the IJsselwerf since 2012. At the IJsselwerf we have the ability to build ship sections, large steel constructions and complete yacht and ship bodies. We can also facilitate yacht refit projects. We do this for different parties.
Zwijnenburg shipyard also has two substantially large terrains with building sheds in Krimpen aan den IJssel. At these locations we can also carry out large projects.
Multi functional Shipyard
Available quay length of 182m with an average draft of 6m (NAP). Nowadays, this quay is used for mooring yachts (refits), ships and pontoons for repairs and maintenance. Shore power, quay lighting, camera surveillance, access tower and water supplies are all available.
Zwijnenburg Shipyard: a unique location
Zwijnenburg Shipyard is located at the IJsseldijk, close to the Port of Rotterdam. The IJsselwerf’s unique location makes it ideal for building large yachts and ships. The combination of a big slipway shed and a large section building shed on the same terrain ensures a highly efficient work process. Furthermore, the tower crane has a substantial lifting capacity of 80 tons. Zwijnenburg shipyard also has two substantially large terrains in Krimpen aan den IJssel. There are a few large section building- and assembly sheds on these terrains. Therefore, The Krimpen aan den IJssel location is also suitable for carrying out large yacht- and shipbuilding projects as well as building large steel constructions.
The maximum vessel size for the slipway is 140m x 23,5m with a combined maximum admissible launch weight of 7,500 tons. The slipway shed is equipped with three overhead cranes with a lifting capacity of 5 tons each. The slipway is designed to build and launch several ships at the same time. The slipway shed’s innovative L-shaped design makes it possible to open the roof of the shed completely. This allows the tower crane to place a ship’s section on any place that is desired. You can find nice 3D photos of the process on the media page on this website. At the slipway shed, separate working stations are created for subcontractors such as, piping, HVAC and electrical partners. The slipway shed also has a large, heated storage facility for ship equipment. The section shed’s measurements are 125m x 20m. It has two overhead cranes with a maximum lifting capacity 20 tons each. This is proportionate to the lifting capacity of the tower crane with 80 tons. The section shed also has access to an overhead crane with 2 x 10 tons lifting capacity and two overhead cranes with a capacity of 16 tons each. In this hall, large (yacht and shipbuilding) sections are welded and prepared for transport and installation on the slipway in the slipway shed. Because of the broad 18m shed door, sections can be hauled outside with the overhead cranes, after which the tower crane can take the section and hoist it onto the slipway. Our so-called ‘voorbewerking’-shed’, which is next to the section shed, is 125m x 14m. In this hall, panels and clamping plates are prepared for section building. There are several overhead cranes with a lifting capacity up to 5 tons in this hall. The tower crane can be moved across the entire slipway, so it can also reach our quay. Therefore, we can also move loads from and to pontoons. The outdoor terrain of our shipyard is provided with a large parking space, camera surveillance, an access-control system and sufficient outdoor storing possibilities.
Krimpen aan den IJssel – Industrieweg
The Industieweg’s building sheds have measurements of 100m x 20m and 73m x 31m. The 100-metre shed has three overhead cranes. Two overhead cranes with a lifting capacity of 20 tons each and one overhead crane of 2 x 10 tons. The maximum measurements for building in this shed are 16,8m wide and 13,5m high. The 73-metre shed has five overhead cranes with a lifting capacity of 5 tons each and five overhead cranes of 2,5 tons. The width of the shed is 31 metres, this makes it ideal for building deckhouses for yacht- and shipbuilding. Both sheds can be lengthened with containers up to 24 metres, if necessary. The Industrieweg location has an accessible quay directly on the Nieuwe Maas. This quay offers extensive possibilities for loading and unloading large (yacht- and shipbuilding) constructions. Both sheds have a large canteen and there are dressing rooms adjacent to the building sheds. There are also offices at this location.
The Parallelweg location has access to three building sheds. These sheds have the following measurements and capacities:
The height of the crane hook in the assembly shed is 13,25m. The height of the crane hook in the section- and ‘voorbewerkings’-shed is 7,25m. The Parallelweg also has a unique location because of its open water access from the Sliksloot to the Hollandse IJssel. Due to this open water access, it is possible to move complete yacht- and ship sections with two sheerlegs of 320 tons lifting capacity. Furthermore, this location has a central warehouse for storing ship equipment. There are also a large canteen and dressing rooms available at the Parallelweg. Finally, large office facilities and our machine shop are located on this terrain. This combination makes the Parallelweg ideal for projects which require both steel construction and mechanical chipping at the same time.
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