Here is a great pic of Cunards Queen Mary 2, with passengers disembarking. The photo captures a visit to Clydeport Greenock (Glasgow) where both Self levelling Step gangways operate, having been designed and manufactured in-house by Tyne Gangway.
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Aluminium alloys are highly susceptible to galvanic corrosion in a marine atmosphere if they are used in association with dissimilar metals. Great care should be exercised when connecting mild steel fittings, whether or not they are galvanised, to accommodation ladders and gangways constructed of aluminium. Plugs and joints of neoprene, or other suitable material, should… Read more »
The shallow angle lightweight Aluminium gangway is the sister to the SHALA gangway. This gangway is of welded construction, the main members being constructed from hollow sections, whilst the deck is of anti slip patterned plate with extruded footgrips fixed at specific intervals along the surface of the deck. The gangway is designed for use… Read more »
Tyne Gangway has won an order to design and build 30 metre multi-purpose bridge gangway. The gangway will be deployed on a jackup vessel and used to install offshore wind turbines. The Gangway will have dual use, accessing the quay whilst in port and accessing TP foundation during installation of the Turbines. The gangway will… Read more »
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