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We are proud to announce that we will deliver 3D-Motion Compensated cranes to two offshore wind vessels from ULSTEIN Verft. The vessels are contracted by Olympic Subsea ASA in Fosnavåg outside Ålesund, with delivery in 2024. With diesel-electric propulsion system and battery solution, as well as a design prepared for methanol fuel, the vessels enable zero-emission in offshore wind.
Our 3D-Motion Compensated cranes are based on Motus Marine Cranes (MMC240) and have a purpose designed 3D-Motion compensation system. Low weight and COG of the crane, combined with smart power management, ensures that the energy consumption is kept to a minimum.
With this 3D-system and an intelligent and well-proven control system, the cranes are optimized for lifting cargo to and from an offshore windmill in a safe and energy efficient manner. Vessel motions are automatically compensated ensuring the crane hook is steady during lift-off and landing on the windmill landing platform.
The cranes are equipped with a separate heavy lift winch also prepared for Active Heave Compensation (AHC), making the cranes capable of handling cargo on deck as well as subsea.
We are grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this project with local production, where quality along with sustainable and innovative solutions are put first.