Royal IHC has just released a photo of the trailing suction hopper dredger SHANTI SAGAR 17, being built at the company’s Krimpen aan den IJssel shipyard.The vessel is first of two IHC Beagle 8,000m³ TSHDs ordered by Adani Group of India.Earlier this month, at the same shipyard, IHC held a keel laying ceremony for the second 8,000m³ TSHD SHANTI SAGAR 18.According to the shipbuilder, despite being standardized, these IHC Beagle dredgers will be equipped with a bespoke set of options. Due to the modular design of the series, the vessels can be adapted – either during construction or at a later stage – to suit specific needs.For example, one of the vessels will work with challenging soils, and so will be equipped with a heavier draghead and additional propulsion power. Two 8-cylinder Wartsila 32 main engines will be onboard the first vessel, and two 7-cylinder Wartsila 32 main engines on the second one.Both vessels will be delivered to the customer by the end of 2017.[mappress mapid=”23674″]
DOWNLOAD ON IOSDOWNLOAD ON ANDROID The free app will be the new digital home of the Flyers and is available on both IOS and Android devices.Live updates and push notifications will be provided on a gameday, while videos, interviews, highlights and much more will be available at your fingertips throughout the week.Supporters can also purchase tickets for Flyers home games directly from the app and make purchases from the Bristol Sport online store.The brand new app also includes a unique Augmented Reality (AR) function that will change the way supporters experience the gameday programme at the SGS College Arena.Supporters can also upload their own Flyers-based content at the click of a button via the SUBMIT feature, which can then be shared by the club across its official channels.In order to use all of the features within the Bristol Flyers app, you will need to login with your Bristol Sport Club account.The new app goes live today (Friday, December 6th) ahead of the opening weekend of the regular season against Sheffield Sharks and Surrey Scorchers.This is simply the start for the app, which will be updated regularly, continually improving with new and exciting features over the next 12 months and beyond.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Guyana Jaguars defeated Canada by seven wickets in their day/night Group A match of the Regional Super50 at the Brian Lara Stadium here Tuesday. The match was reduced to 47 overs per side due to rain.Scores:CANADA 202 for nine off 47 overs (Navneet Dhaliwal 88, David Jacobs 44; Clinton Pestano 2-30, Ramaal Lewis 2-30) JAGUARS 204 for three off 29.4 overs (Christopher Barnwell 99 not out, Raymon Reifer 50 not out, Chandrapaul Hemraj 33; Romesh Eranga 2-29)