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ESVAGT's first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg

ESVAGT's first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg

16-02-2015 08:00:00


ESVAGT's first special vessel of the SOV-type for the servicing of wind farms can now be seen in Esbjerg. The special vessel Esvagt Froude will be at the home port of Esbjerg until Wednesday, before the ship is handed over to Siemens Wind Power, where it is immediately deployed.

"We have managed to transfer our experience over 33 years in oil and gas activities to solve the transport needs of the segment offshore wind. Thus the concept has been implemented, which according to our expectations can also ensure better economy the wind farms," says CEO of Esvagt A/S, Søren Nørgaard Thomsen.

The vessel Esvagt Froude, will be deployed on Wednesday, February 18, while its sister ship, Esvagt Faraday starts on its contract in early April. The German energy company has chartered Esvagt Froude for five years for servicing/services by the establishment and operation of the wind farm Baltic 2 in the Baltic Sea.

Esvagt Faraday which is delivered in April, is chartered to perform a similar function by Butendiek project in the northern German North Sea, on a 10 year contract. There are agreed options to extend both contracts.

Source: Esvagt / Maritime Denmark


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