Singapore – Marina Bay Cruise Center
SEDNA Passenger Boarding Bridge
THE PROJECTSingapore Tourism Board contracted ADELTE in November 2010 to design, manufacture and install 3 SEDNA PBBs for the prestigious new Marina Bay Cruise Center in Singapore. For this project ADELTE partnered up with local services specialist ST Synthesis. The PBBs are designed to service a large range of cruise ships including the new generation mega vessels with overhanging lifeboats. ADELTE assembled the PBBs in the Port of Barcelona and shipped them to Singapore where they were commissioned in March 2012.
TECHNICAL FEATURESThe steel structured PBBs are of the SEDNA range, have an overall length of 40 meters, are PLC controlled and incorporate solid rubber bogies, electro-mechanical elevation systems, glass paneled tunnel sections, non-skid flooring, air-conditioning and a cabin with a uniquely integrated telescopic docking ramp that, when attached to the side of a cruise ship automatically follows the vessel’s movements and will safely undock in the event of an emergency. The SEDNA PBBs provide clearance for continuous truck, emergency, equipment and supplies traffic on the berths. ADELTE’s PBBs have a maximum slope of 1:12 and strictly comply with all relevant and up-to-date Singapore and international standards and regulations for comfort, safety and security.
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