Permit application for special transport in the management area of the North Sea Canal Central Nautical Management

Please complete all the questions below to be eligible for a Special Transport permit. The Harbour Master's Division only considers applications that have been received at least three working days before the intended start date of the special transport.

Applicant’s details

Transport specifications

SpecificationsOverall (in meters)Object to be dragged (in meters)
Length
Width
Height
Greatest depth
Safety clearance* / freeboard

‘Safety clearance’ refers to the distance between the plane of maximum draught and the parallel plane through the lowest point, where the vessel is no longer regarded as watertight (Article 1 of the Netherlands Inland Waterways Shipping Decree).

Details of the vessels involved, including the pushed vessels and tugboats concerned (if applicable)
Name of vessel(s) and/or object(s)ENI or IMO number
Pushed vessel or tugboat in front*ENI or IMO numberCapacity (kW/pk)Tensile force (ton)
Supporting pushed vessel or tugboat(s)ENI or IMO numberCapacity (kW/pk)Tensile force (ton)

Route details

Point of departure
NameEstimated departure time or arrival time
Terminus
NameEstimated time of departure or arrival

Captain details

Enter the additional information below regarding experience and tug configuration

The maximum size of the tug is 35 m, it must have sufficient capacity and maneuverability.

Specify for offshore / at lock passage / rest of the domestic voyage or vice versa. Provide a drawing in the appendices.
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