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  • KOR + 82 61 287 4002
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  • 1
    Heavy lift crane

    Heavy lift crane for installing wind turbines Cranes today can handle 300 to 1,500 tonnes.

  • 2
    Jacking system

    Jacking systems allow work to continue regardless of the sea state

  • 3
    DP 2

    Computer-controlled system to automatically maintain a vessel's position using its own propellers and thrusters.

  • 4
    Accommodation

    Single and twin cabins to accommodate the vessel’s crew and fitters.

  • 5
    Helicopter deck

    A helicopter landing deck (helipad) for personnel and spare parts transfer

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Installation vessel

Jack up crane vessel for installing wind turbines

A jack up crane vessel is a specialised vessel for installing foundations and offshore wind turbines. This special vessel’s main features are a heavy lift crane with a load handling capacity of 300 to 1,500 tonnes and a jacking system that enables the crane vessel to carry out tasks regardless of swells. Other features include a large deck surface, tall superstructures to house crew and fitters and a helicopter landing deck (helipad). Moreover, they are fitted with dynamic positioning (DP) systems that enable the installation vessel to use GPS to keep its position at each construction site without external help. Installation vessels these days are around 130 m long and 40 m wide. Using its jacking system with legs, this type of vessel can work in water depths of 45 meters and more.

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  • Technical Details

    The following Graphs will give you an overview about different technical details within the Jack-Up Fleet.
    Latest Update: June 2017

    Max. Crane Lift
    Self Propelled
    Max. Jacking Depth
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