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The Cruise and Ferry Industries are facing tougher challenges every day. As passengers increasingly demand better service, port authorities and operators need to adopt sophisticated passenger facilities and logistics, and to constantly comply with stricter safety and security regulations. Attention must be paid to every detail to ensure fast turn-around times, cost-effective operations and a safe and secure passenger embarkation and de-embarkation. At TEAM, we believe in creating the best boarding experience for cruise and ferry passengers: because first impressions make a difference.

TEAM's state-of-the-art Passenger Boarding Bridges enable direct access from ship to shore or terminal, and vice-versa. Uniquely designed to ensure complete customer satisfaction, TEAM's Passenger Boarding Bridges can incorporate elements like electromechanical and/or hydraulic elevation systems, glass-sided tunnels, air-conditioning, lighting, handrails, audible and visual alarms and non-skid flooring.

TEAM takes control of the whole Passenger Boarding Bridge development process; from the initial drawings and specifications, through accurate design work, calculations and manufacturing. TEAM also tests load capacity, machinery components, controls and other critical materials, supervises construction on site and provides hands-on training and maintenance services.

 
 
Why choose TEAM for your Passenger Boarding Bridge?
 
 
 
 
  • We offer the benefit of having the most extensive experience in projects all over the world.
  • We have references at leading ports in the North, West and South of Europe, the USA, the Caribbean, Australia, the Canary and Balearic Islands and North-Africa.
  • We offer our clients our adaptability and flexibility, both in design and manufacture and other services.
  • We offer delivery of the complete product on site, saving our clients time and related costs by minimal wharf occupation with installation.
  • We comply with the most stringent safety and security codes and regulations anywhere in the world.
  • We have delivered the most extensive range of Passenger Boarding Bridges, always adapted to our clients needs.
  • We can implement any movement system, whether it is electro mechanical and/or hydraulic.
 

Design basics of TEAM's Passenger Boarding Bridges

 

THALASSA

 
 

Fixed PBB configured parallel to the ship, with elevating tunnels and a sliding cabin alongside the main tunnel located between two lifting frames, capable of servicing various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors.

 
 
Some recent examples:
    BARCELONA THALASSA 01
  PORTSMOUTH THALASSA 02
 
HYDRA

Single structure movable PBB configured parallel to the ship. Mounted tunnels, in a U or Z shape and equipped with lifting frames which allow the cabin to service various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors whilst maintaining the inclination of the tunnels within the established range. This PBB can move along the wharf by means of rails or solid bogies.

 
 
Some recent examples:
    BROOKLYN, NY HYDRA MU1+MU2    BARCELONA HYDRA MZ5 
    VENICE HYDRA MZ7    
 
 

SEDNA

 

Movable PBB, configured parallel to the ship, consisting of multiple structures. Mounted tunnels in a L, U or Z shape and equipped with lifting frames, which allows the cabin to service various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors whilst maintaining the inclination of the tunnels within the established range. This PBB can move along the wharf by means of rails or solid bogies.

 
 
Some recent examples:
    SOUTHAMPTON SEDNA MU1   VALENCIA SEDNA MZ2
    SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO SEDNA ML1    
PEGASUS
 

Single structure movable PBB totally supported on the wharf and configured perpendicular to the ship in which one or multiple telescopic tunnels are mounted.
Lifting frames allow the cabin to service various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors whilst maintaining the tunnel inclination within the established range. This PBB moves along the wharf by means of rails or solid bogies, and can be parked away from the terminal.

 
 
Some recent examples:
    NADOR PEGASUS PL1+PL2
  SAVONA PL3+PL4    
 

CENTAURUS

 

Movable or fixed, single structure PBB. The main frontal frame is supported on the wharf, and the back part of the frame is either fixed supported on or movable supported by the terminal building. Configured perpendicular to the ship and in which one tunnel is mounted. One lifting frame allows the cabin to service various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors whilst maintaining the inclination of the tunnels within the established range.

 
 
Some recent examples:
     
  LAS PALMAS / GRAN CANARIA CENTAURUS PF2  
 
KRONUS

Movable single structure radial PBB configured perpendicular to the ship. Mounted with one or more telescopic tunnels and equipped with one lifting frame that allows the cabin to service various heights and horizontal locations of ship doors and maintain the inclination of the tunnels within the established range.

 
 
Some recent examples:
    SOUTHAMPTON KRONUS PR1
  SANTO DOMINGO KRONUS PR4
         
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