Seafox 5 Renames to Blue Tern

Source: Fred. Olsen Windcarrier

Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s jack-up vessel Seafox 5 has officially changed its name to Blue Tern.

The Norway-based company emphasized that most of its vessel have a name starting with ‘B’, therefore renaming Seafox 5 was a natural step.

Fred. Olsen Windcarrier made an agreement with the Seafox International Group in December last year for the acquisition of a 51% ownership in the jack-up vessel.

With the deal, the vessel is under commercial, technical and administrative management as an integral part of the Fred. Olsen Windcarrier fleet of jack-up vessels for offshore wind.

Blue Tern’s first contract includes theĀ Hohe See offshore wind project, where it will work side-by-side with Brave Tern.

With an overall length of 151m and a breadth of 50m, the vessel features a 1,200t main crane and can accommodate up to 150 personnel. It is capable of operating in water depths of up to 65m.

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