Acta Centaurus Finishes Deutsche Bucht Work

Acta Marine’s offshore wind service vessel Acta Centaurus has finished its work at the Deutsche Bucht wind farm in Germany, according to DHSS.

The walk-to-work vessel, christened in Den Helder in the Netherlands on 22 May, debuted on the Deutsche Bucht wind farm under a contract with MHI Vestas.

According to DHSS, whose support base in Eemshaven is the hub for the commissioning of 33 MHI Vestas 8.4MW turbines and subsequent 15-year O&M works on the 269MW project, Acta Centaurus is in transit to its next offshore wind project in Belgium.

DHSS also revealed that, after one year and 8 months, service operations vessel (SOV) Vestland Cygnus finished its deployment on Germany’s Merkur offshore wind farm. The vessel will now move onto new projects.

To remind, GE awarded DHSS with a ships agency and port logistics services contract for the Merkur project in February 2018.

The 396MW project comprises 66 GE Haliade 150-6MW turbines located 45km off the island of Borkum. Full commissioning is expected by the year-end.

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