Our engagement in the offshore wind market
The offshore wind activity is characterised by the wind farms being established further from shore, in higher water depths, and a continuous increase in the project capacity. The foundations can be fixed or floating. We have developed solutions for all lifecycle phases of the offshore wind farms.
SOV - Service operation vessels are reliable platforms for wind farm support operations. We also have larger designs for wind farm installations.
Cable lay vessel designs for telecom, infield, power cables and umbilical.
Heavy lift and pipe lay
Our Derrick Lay Vessel design portfolio comprises state-of-the-art construction vessels with heavy lift and pipelay capabilities, which can be fully customised to client requirements.
WHAT WE OFFER:
- State-of-the-art designs for wind farm installation, service and operation
- Design and equipment packages
- Delivery on time from our own yard
- Covered dry-dock
- Project management and yard support if built at partner yard abroad
- Design Conversions
- Dedicated to deliver quality
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Recent offshore wind updates:
This is why Acta Auriga was chosen for BARD Offshore 1
Acta Auriga was contracted to work at the offshore wind farm BARD Offshore 1: “Ocean Breeze Energy decided on this vessel due to a favourable combination of capability, capacity, design and fuel consumption. The delivery precision from Ulstein was also important.”
TTS COLIBRI motion compensated crane nearing completion
The first TTS COLIBRI™ 3D motion compensated crane is nearing completion at the TTS facilities in Poland. Once completed, the unit will be installed on the “Wind of Change” of Louis Dreyfus Armateurs of France. The COLIBRI™ technology comprises a compact, efficient 3D motion-compensated handling system.
SRI vessels, indispensable for offshore wind
Subsea rock installation (SRI) vessels are widely used in the offshore industry, stabilising and protecting subsea pipelines, cables and other structures at the sea bed. For the offshore wind industry, SRI vessels also lay protective coverings of rock around turbine foundations, to avoid scouring.
Pioneering heavy lift jack-up vessel
The cruciform structural lay-out makes the solution more than 10% lighter than conventional designs. The concept aims to install the next generation 10-15 MW wind turbines in the same time frame as used today for installing 6-8 MW units.SOUL
We integrate customised and standardised tools to your design.TTS COLIBRI™
Our offshore wind references in the areas of ship design, shipbuilding, engineering, systems and solutions.Offshore wind references
Why should Service Operation Vessels be the standard at offshore wind farms?
Offshore Wind Farms are being established further from shore. At some point, overnight stays for the service technicians become necessary, and the transport normally done by Crew Transfer Vessels must be replaced by other transport tools. SOVs are becoming the new standard.
Get empowered by taking conscious carbon steps
The shipping industry is transitioning towards reduced emissions and improved energy efficiency. Whether integrated in a novel design, or retrofitted, a solution supporting the transition should be the best compromise between operational needs, forming a good balance between cost and benefit.
A market forecast in offshore wind
The offshore wind market is an abundant source of renewable energy. To reach international climate goals, major markets around the world have set goals to increase their percentage of renewable sources in their domestic electricity consumption. Consequently, many offshore wind farms are currently being established.
Please contact us for more information
Ulstein Design & Solutions AS
P. O. Box 278Tel: +47 7000 8000
Ulstein Design & Solutions B.V.
Cornerstone Building (6th floor)Tel: +31 10 475 00 11
Rotterdam Airportplein 32
3045 AP Rotterdam
Ulstein Verft AS
P. O. Box 158Tel: +47 7000 8000