Search results for: Les Alizés

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  • 1 September 2023
    Fixed-Bottom, Grid Connection, Offshore Platforms, Project Updates, Wind Farm Update

    The offshore substation at the Gode Wind 3 offshore wind farm was installed 30 kilometres off the island of Norderney in the German North Sea, Ørsted announced. The substation topside was installed by Jan De Nul’s Les Alizés. The vessel is also installing the monopile foundations at the wind farm. In February 2021, Ørsted placed […]

  • 7 February 2024
    Fixed-Bottom, Project Updates, Wind Farm Update

    All monopiles have been installed at Ørsted’s Gode Wind 3 offshore wind farm in Germany. Furthermore, 10 out of 12 Siemens Gamesa 11 MW wind turbines have been installed at Ørsted and Eversource’s South Fork Wind Farm offshore New York. Ørsted has unveiled that all monopiles have been installed at the 253 MW Gode Wind […]

  • 2 October 2023
    Business development, Cables, Clean Fuels, Environment, Grid Connection, Innovation, Outlook & Strategy, Technology, Transition, Vessels

    Jan De Nul has placed an order for an extra-large cable-laying vessel (CLV) at China’s CMHI Haimen shipyard, which, with its cable-carrying capacity of 28,000 tonnes, is said to be the world’s largest. Named Fleeming Jenkin, the CLV will be equipped with three cable carousels, two mounted on deck and third below deck, and a […]

  • 7 August 2023
    Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    Jan De Nul Group’s newest crane vessel, Les Alizés, has kicked off its maiden assignment by installing the first of 107 monopile foundations at Ørsted’s Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3 offshore wind farms in Germany. Delivered in early 2023, Les Alizés arrived in the Dutch Eemshaven at the end of June, where the […]

  • 13 December 2023
    Fixed-Bottom, Project Updates, Wind Farm Update

    Offshore installation work has started at the 913 MW Borkum Riffgrund 3, the first subsidy-free offshore wind farm in Germany to reach this development phase, Ørsted, the developer of the project, said. The first of the 83 monopile foundations have now been installed at the site some 53 kilometres off the island of Borkum in […]

  • 23 June 2023
    Infrastructure, Vessels

    Jan De Nul’s heavy lift vessel Les Alizés has arrived at the Port of Eemshaven in the Netherlands to kick off and load the first monopiles to be installed at Ørsted’s offshore wind farms in Germany. Jan De Nul’s newbuild vessel will soon arrive on the offshore construction site located off the northern coast of Germany […]

  • 12 June 2023
    Contracts & Tenders, Infrastructure, Operations & Maintenance, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    Jan De Nul Group has signed an agreement with RWE for the long-term chartering of two next-generation installation vessels for future offshore wind foundation and turbine construction. The charters are supported by a Service Agreement through which Jan De Nul will provide both in-house and market solutions and services, to support and perform installation campaigns […]

  • 12 June 2023
    Infrastructure, Vessels

    Jan De Nul Group has awarded Huisman a contract for the delivery of a 3,500mt Monopile Spreader Bar that will be equipped on Jan De Nul’s two next-generation installation vessels. The Spreader Bar will support and optimise the installation of offshore wind turbines since it is able to handle monopiles with the largest diameter and […]

  • 2 June 2023
    Infrastructure, Vessels

    Jan De Nul’s next-generation floating offshore installation vessel, Les Alizés, is getting ready for its first assignment which is to transport and install monopile foundations and an offshore substation topside at Ørsted’s offshore wind farms in Germany. The vessel’s delivery took place some two years after the construction started at the CMHI Haimen shipyard and […]

  • 9 September 2020
    Contracts & Tenders, Vessels

    Red Rock has received an order to supply three knuckle telescopic offshore cranes for Jan De Nul’s floating installation crane vessel Les Alizés. Les Alizés is specifically designed for loading, transporting, lifting, and installing offshore wind turbine foundations. Currently under construction at the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China, Les Alizés will be capable of building […]

  • 26 November 2019
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul has ordered a second mega offshore installation vessel, Les Alizés, from the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China. The new order comes six months after Jan De Nul ordered its first installation crane vessel targeting the largest wind turbines and foundations, the Voltaire. Together with the Voltaire, this new vessel will be capable […]

  • 4 December 2020
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul and China Merchant Heavy Industry (CMHI) have begun the construction of the 5,000-tonne floating installation crane vessel Les Alizés. Les Alizés is specifically designed for loading, transporting, lifting, and installing offshore wind turbine foundations. It will be capable of building the newest generation of offshore wind farms once delivered in April 2022, […]

  • 6 January 2022
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul has launched its next-generation floating offshore installation vessel Les Alizés at the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China. Les Alizés will be the largest heavy lift vessel in Jan De Nul’s fleet, able to install XXL offshore wind components in floating conditions and with ultra-low emissions, the company said. The launch started on […]

  • 15 September 2020
    Vessels

    Ingeteam has been selected as the electrical system integrator for Jan De Nul’s floating installation crane vessel Les Alizés. Ingeteam is in charge of the engineering, supply, commissioning and sea trials of the complete electrical power system, as well as the alarm monitoring and control system for the vessel. Les Alizés is specifically designed for […]

  • 13 October 2021
    Contracts & Tenders, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    Ørsted has contracted Jan De Nul for the transport and installation of 107 XXL monopiles and one offshore substation topside at Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3 offshore wind farms in Germany. Under the final contract signed with Ørsted, Jan De Nul will deploy its new installation vessel Les Alizés for the work. Starting […]

  • 3 June 2022
    Technology, Vessels

    The Norway-based company OSC AS (previously known as Offshore Simulator Centre) will build a high-end simulator for Jan De Nul’s two next generation offshore wind installation vessels, Voltaire and Les Alizés. The crane simulator will be a digital twin, based on real physics and the actual vessel models, enabling Jan De Nul to train its […]

  • 7 October 2021
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul Group has selected Remazel for the delivery of a fully automated monopile installation system for its new floating installation vessel Les Alizés, which will handle and install XXL monopiles. The system is tailor-made for the new vessel and ideally suited to work in challenging weather conditions at sea, according to Jan De […]

  • 19 January 2023
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul’s next-generation floating offshore installation vessel, Les Alizés, sailed out of the China Merchants Heavy Industry’s (CMHI) Haimen shipyard in China on 19 January and is now on its way to Europe, where it will debut on Ørsted’s offshore wind farms in Germany. The CMHI shipyard delivered the vessel to Jan De Nul on […]

  • 4 May 2020
    Vessels

    China Merchant Heavy Industry (CMHI) has ordered 6 × MAN 12V32/44CR main engines for Jan De Nul’s 5,000-tonne floating installation crane vessel Les Alizés. Les Alizés will be built at CMHI’s shipyard in Jiangsu province, eastern China, and is scheduled for delivery in 2022. Lex Nijsen, Head of Four-Stroke Marine Sales – MAN Energy Solutions, […]

  • 17 April 2020
    Vessels

    German propulsion supplier SCHOTTEL will deliver a full propulsion package for Jan De Nul’s new offshore installation vessel Les Alizés.

  • 31 January 2022
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul Group has launched the Voltaire, a next-generation offshore jack-up installation vessel for offshore renewables and decommissioning, at the COSCO Shipping Shipyard in Nantong, China. The Voltaire will be the second and the largest jack-up vessel in Jan De Nul’s fleet. The jack-up is due for delivery in the second half 2022, the […]

  • 30 April 2021
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul and China Merchant Heavy Industry (CMHI) have laid the keel for floating installation crane vessel Les Alizés. The construction of the heavy-lift crane vessel began in December 2020 at the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China. Les Alizés is specifically designed for loading, transporting, lifting, and installing offshore wind turbine foundations. It will […]

  • 6 July 2021
    Contracts & Tenders, Technology, Vessels

    Jan De Nul has selected Imeca for the delivery of an electrical motion-compensated pile gripper for its new floating installation vessel – Les Alizés. The tailor-made gripper, with an integrated X-Laboratory guidance and survey system, will allow safe and efficient installation of next-generation monopiles with pin-point accuracy, JDN said. The delivery of the gripper delivery […]

  • 5 April 2022
    Jobs & Recruitment, Operations & Maintenance, Vessels

    Bart Gorsse tells about his role as Chief Engineer supervising the building process of the Les Alizés, Jan De Nul’s newest offshore installation vessel in the Navingo Career Podcast. The Les Alizéz is being constructed in China at the moment and is due for delivery in second half of 2022. Bart talks to Coco Kossmann, […]

  • 25 March 2022
    Business & Finance

    SCHOTTEL has reached an agreement with Virginia-based Lyon Shipyard to support the servicing of vessels in the emerging US offshore wind industry. SCHOTTEL, headquartered in Germany, is a manufacturing company that produces propulsion and steering systems for ships and offshore applications, while Lyon Shipyard acts as a full-service ship repair facility. According to SCHOTTEL, operating […]

  • 14 March 2022
    Vessels

    Jan De Nul’s next-generation jack-up installation vessel, the Voltaire, has been fitted with the main crane of more than 3,000 tonnes – the largest Leg Encircling Crane ever built. Featuring a crane house weighing 1,800 tonnes, a boom length of 140 metres, and weighing 800 tonnes, the Huisman crane will use a Universal Quick Connector […]