From salvaging ships and large items from sea, to lifting wind turbine components, to assisting vessels stranded at sea, DBB Salvage can be relied on at times of need.
As one of the leading service providers in the industry, we have helped in many of the most notable salvage operations in the North Sea. We have the flexibility, experience and mobility to handle virtually any job at sea. Our DBB Salvage team works with you to mitigate risks – risks to life, cargo and marine ecosystems.
Leading our fleet is SAMSON, our state-of-the-art crane barge, capable of lifting 800 tons at a lift height of 67 meters.
No salvage operation is ever the same. You can rely on our knowledge and experience to handle any job – big or small. DBB vessels are designed to meet constantly changing conditions and requirements, so that we can help you minimize downtime and get you back to business as usual.
Protecting life, property and the environment is critical. Our team provides safety, service and uncompromising reliability under the most demanding conditions at sea.
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DBB provides towing services under "Scandinavian Tugowners Standard Conditions":
sunken vessels, groundings, oil recovery, chain cutting wrecks, efficient salvage operations
offshore, newbuildings, engines, ship/ship - ship/shore, monopiles, offshore foundations, transport substations, wave buoys, decommissioning, quay construction
Above numbers updated on 15. May 2017
Plan, document and execute offshore salvage, heavy lift and towing operations
Mitigate environmental risks
Save valuable cargo and on-board equipment
Meet offshore industry standards, regulations and guidelines
Rapidly clear transportation channels at sea
Minimise down-time and maximise results
Leading our fleet is SAMSON, our state-of-the-art sheer leg crane, equipped with DP1 and capable of lifting 800 tons at a lift height of 67m.
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Samson and Obelix finalized load out operation of 21 top plates at Kryssningskaien, Visby Gotland.
Samson and Obelix completed load out operation of 20 caissons and 2 duc d'albes at Port of Visby, Sweden. Region Gotland together with Per Aarsleff A/S are building a new cruise berth to develop cruise-based tourism on the Island of Gotland. The cruise berth is planned to be ready in spring 2018.
DBB founded in 1987
The original “DBB” was founded in 1987 by Mr. Ove C. Eriksen.
The company name was Dansk Bjergning og Bugsering A/S (Danish Salvage and Towing Company).
Now a days only called DBB Salvage A/S.
Since then, Ove added DBB ROV Services A/S and others to the DBB group.
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