Loading Type

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Roll-on/roll-off (RORO or ro-ro)

Roll-on/roll-off (RORO or ro-ro) vessels are designed to carry wheeled cargo, such as cars and trailers. Boats that have trailer are driven on and off the vessel on their own wheels while the boats have cradle instead of a trailer are loaded on a platform vehicle called mafi are towed in and out the vessel.

Project Cargo Yacht

Lift-on/lift-off (LoLo)

Lift-on/lift-off or LoLo vessels are cargo vessels with on-board cranes to load and unload cargo.Boats / yachts are loaded on board of vessel from out of water or land and are discharged to water or land with vessel crane.

Project Cargo Yacht

Float-On / Float-Off (FLO-FLO)

Float-on/Float-off (FLO/FLO) vessels are designed to take on ballast water in floodable tanks that partially submerges the vessel. Yachts are then floated over the submerged portion of the vessel which then deballasts and surfaces under the yachts. After the vessel is full afloat, the yachts are secured for transport.