The third of six diesel engines heading for its final position on the Nexans Aurora.

Main equipment being installed

The main equipment for the CLV vessel 'Nexans Aurora' is currently being lifted on board the vessel and mounted. The engine on these photos is the third of six main engines.

  • Engine underway to be positioned on the Nexans Aurora.
  • Carefully getting positioned.
  • People look small next to the engine.

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The 'Nexans Aurora' is now positioned in the dock hall at Ulstein Verft. The DP3 cable laying vessel for Nexans is large and compact. Measuring 149.9 m length and 31 m in the beam, the deadweight is 17,000 tonnes.
 

She will be prepared for vertical lay operations and complex subsea construction tasks in deep waters in addition to the principle built in structural and system capacities and flexible design features to allow easy adaptation to customer's future needs.

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