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Sea Challenger arrived in Esbjerg

Sea Challenger arrived in Esbjerg

19-05-2014 12:00:00


A2SEAs major new installation vessel Sea Challenger arrived for the first time to Esbjerg on Sunday. The $155 million expensive ship was built at the Chinese shipyard Cosco Qidong and is the sister ship to the Sea Installer.

In Esbjerg, the installation vessel is now being readied for its first task, the installation of 35 Siemens 6MW offshore wind turbines on the Westermost Rough project in Britain. Sea Challenger is expected to depart from Esbjerg to Westermost Rough in the middle of next month.

Sea Challenger is virtually identical to her sister ship Sea Installer, however, Sea Challenger is fitted with a crane with a capacity of 900 tonnes - 100 tonnes more than Sea Installers crane.

Sea Challenger, which can operate up to 45 meters deep, according A2SEA secured work until the end of 2015.

Source: A2SEA / Maritime Denmark


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