New Jan De Nul’s Multipurpose Vessel Hits the Water
AVIC Shipyard from Weihai, China, has launched new multipurpose vessel Adhémar de Saint-Venant for Jan De Nul Group.
The sister vessel, Daniel Bernoulli, will be launched in March 2017, Jan De Nul said in its latest announcement.
“To perform a variety of functions, different mission equipment is available and can be installed on the vessels: subsea rock installation through an inclined fall pipe or a flexible fall pipe; subsea trenching, installation of cables and umbilicals; installation works by means of a heave compensated crane, etc,” the company said.
The vessels will also be provided with Dynamic Positioning (DP2), a fully diesel-electric machinery arrangement, a comfortable accommodation for 60 persons and a SPS notation.
- Deadweight: 6,200 tonnes;
- Length o.a.: 96 m;
- Breadth: 22 m;
- Dynamic Positioning: DP2;
- Propulsion Power: 2 X 1,250 kW;
- Bow thruster power: 2 X 1,250 kW;
- Total installed diesel power: 6,800 kW;
- Speed: 11.5 kn;
- Accommodation: 60.
ROCK INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT
- Rock carrying capacity: 5,100 tonnes;
- Max fall pipe depth: 600 m;
- Inclined fall pipe diam.: 1,800 mm.
CABLE INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT
- Turntable capacity: 4,000 tonnes;
- Basket diameter: 16.8 m.