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COSCO Steel Cutting Ceremony for N966 WTIV Voltaire for Jan De Nul


The Steel Cutting for the Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel Voltaire built by Cosco Shipping Shipyard (Nantong) CO.,Ltd for Jan De Nul Group commenced on 25th May. At 15:18 PM Beijing time, in the presence of representatives of Jan De Nul Group, Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry, and BV Classification Society.

 

 

 

This WTIV is specifically designed to transport, lift and install offshore wind turbines, transition pieces and foundations. The vessel will have better operational limits compared to the existing Jack-Up installation vessels. Not only is this vessel capable of loading the next generation of wind turbines and foundations, the larger deck space will also enable to optimize installations at sea and to lower the fuel consumption and emissions. Not only will this vessel be ready for the future of offshore renewables, it will also be deployable for the oil and gas industry, and for decommissioning of offshore structures.

 

 

  Key features of this vessel include a main crane of over 3,000 tonnes, an operating depth of over 80 meters, a payload of about 14,000 tonnes and accommodation for 110 persons. The vessel has four legs to lift itself above the sea level for stable working conditions and is equipped with a DP2 system.

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