The InterCombi Scheuerle transports the hull from Dresden to Markkleeberg.

The InterCombi Scheuerle transports the hull from Dresden to Markkleeberg.

Transport specialist Kübler in Germany moved two pieces of a 400-passenger ship to Lake Zwenkauer where they were combined and unloaded. The 21 axle line combination of Scheuerle InterCombi self propelled modular transporter used for the project was driven for two days along some specially constructed roads.

The upper deck was transported from Magdeburg and the hull from Dresden to Markkleeberg where they were combined. It took two nights of driving to move the pieces to their destination.

The 35-ton upper deck was moved on 10-axle lines and the 165-ton hull required 11 axle lines. The pieces came together and were unloaded onto Lake Zwenkauer.

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