Heavy Lift and pipe lay
Our Heavy Lift and Pipelay design portfolio comprises state-of-the-art construction vessels with heavy lift and pipelay capabilities, which can be fully customised to client requirements.
Vessel designs for heavy lift and pipe lay operations
Our design range includes amongst others single joint and double joint S-lay vessels and quad joint J-lay vessels, while lifting capacities can go up to over 5,000 metric tonnes.
Heavy Lift and pipe lay portfolio
Vessel designs for the energy market
Our vessels are designed to operate in the Offshore Energy market (wind, oil and gas), making them a versatile option for companies looking to invest in sustainable energy solutions.
Survey and inspections
As a renowned ship designer, we offer innovative survey and inspection vessels. Our designs prioritize efficiency, safety, and advanced technology, ensuring seamless operations.
You can trust us to enhance your surveying capabilities and your business' success.
Construction and installation
We understand the unique challenges of the offshore energy segment. That's why we provide comprehensive support throughout the entire process, from initial design to construction and delivery.
Our knowledgeable team is always available to offer expert guidance and assistance, ensuring a smooth and successful project.
Operations and maintenance
We have a deep appreciation for the distinctive obstacles faced by the offshore energy sector. This understanding drives us to offer extensive support at every stage, from the initial design phase to construction and delivery.
Our highly competent team remains readily accessible to provide expert guidance and assistance, guaranteeing a seamless and prosperous project experience.
Ulstein Design & Solutions B.V.
Located in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Develops innovative ships for the offshore wind and offshore oil and gas industries, with a speciality in wind farm installation vessels, heavy lift crane vessels, pipelay vessels/barges, rock installation vessels, shallow draught construction support vessels, and drill ships.