Die Nordic-Werften in Rostock haben das neue Offshore-Serviceschiff dem dänischen Unternehmen DBB Jack-Up Services übergeben.
(WK-intern) – Das 80 Meter lange und 32 Meter breite Hubschiff wurde auf den Namen «Wind Server» getauft.
DBB Jack-Up takes delivery of purpose-built O&M vessel for offshore wind
Today, DBB Jack-Up Services A/S officially took delivery of its new offshore service vessel from Nordic Yards in Germany. During the handover ceremony, the ship was named ‘WIND SERVER’.
“We are very pleased to add this highly specialised jack-up vessel to our jack-up fleet, and we look forward to offering the vessel’s advanced services and capabilities to our customers,” says Thorsten Jalk, CEO of DBB Jack-Up Services A/S and adds: “The new jack-up vessel will be in operation from as early as January, maintaining offshore wind farms in Northern Europe.”
The facilities with which the WIND SERVER is equipped have been optimised to meet the current requirements of the offshore wind market. For example, the on-board crane of the 80 m long and 32 m wide ship has a lifting height of just under 100 m and a lifting capacity of 400 tons. With its four 75 m jack-up legs and innovative jack-up system it can position itself in depths of up to 45 m and forms a stable platform for execution of maintenance and repair work even on large 5 to 8 MW wind turbines.
“We are proud that with this innovative offshore vessel for DBB Jack-Up we have today successfully completed another major project,” states Andreas Amelang, Senior Vice President, Sales and Project Design at Nordic Yards, adding: “The WIND SERVER is technically superior to conventional vessels and is able to operate under the most demanding weather conditions.”
Earlier this year, Siemens Wind Power signed WIND SERVER for a three-year charter contract due to commence in March 2016.
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