Visit Symphony: completely booked

On Sunday 17 March, we will welcome as many as 1,000 visitors aboard our Symphony. In just a few days, the visiting day was completely booked. Were you too late to register? Not to worry, follow the visit on Facebook and Instagram.

On Sunday 17 March, we will participate in Flanders Technology & Innovation. The goal? To introduce you to Jan De Nul's innovative world and to let you discover in real life how we help construct the energy transition.

Symphony is one of the most recent vessels in our fleet. We acquired it in 2022 with a very specific purpose: to support our cable installation activities.

For years, we have been committed to making renewable and affordable energy possible. We construct offshore wind farms, and install and protect the cables that bring the generated power ashore. To do so, we developed a lot of specialised equipment in-house, such as our trenching vehicle Swordfish.

This vehicle has its home base on Symphony, from where it is launched into the water to bury cables in the seabed. A job that requires a lot of precision and is done entirely from a distance. To do so, Symphony is equipped with the latest technologies. Would you like to discover all these high-tech tools we are using to build the energy transition? Then hop aboard on 17 March in Zeebrugge.