BLUEPRINT “BRUSSOW MS 5 – 438 B
There are principally two different means of transportation on inland waterways: by self-propelled ship and by barges pushed by a self-propelled vessel (push boat or pushing cargo ship).
Inland vessels are classified according to their size and purpose. The target group here are cargo vessels and these can be further distinguished by the kind of commodity, most generally into dry cargo ships and tankers.
On the Danube River there are various ship types for different cargo categories and volumes. In this section, the main ship types and their sizes as well as their advantages in terms of maneuverability, in different traffic situation and environmental conditions and their environmental friendliness are described.
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