Wind Turbine Installation Vessel

The jack-up vessels are specifically built to install offshore windfarms. The vessels are among the largest of its kind in the world. The large cargo deck space, payload and the lifting capacity of its crane up to 1,500 tonnes, enable swift and safe installation of the heaviest foundations and largest wind turbines. This type of vessel is 140 m long and is equipped with legs to lift itself above the sea level for stable working without impact of the waves. The vessel can install all kinds of foundations, as well as the latest generation of wind turbines, in water depths up to 50 m.

Although specifically built with the offshore wind industry in mind, these jack-up vessels are also suitable to install other offshore facilities such as tidal current turbines, wave energy generators, met masts and Oil & Gas infrastructure. Furthermore these vessels can be used for decommissioning of offshore infrastructure.

Vole au vent
Lifting capacity: 1,500 t at 21.5 m
Built in: 2013
Taillevent
Lifting capacity: 1,000 t at 25 m
Built in: 2011