A motion compensated Ampelmann gangway system, world’s first heave compensated Barge Master T40 crane, DP2 system, Voith Schneider Propellers and bow thrusters, chemical supply and Cold start-up unit, 500m2 free deck space, a fast rescue craft, daughter craft and accommodation facilities for 60 people on board.
One by one essential features which are pretty common for an offshore vessel. But by combining these specs in one single design– like a kind of Swiss knife – you will get a unique vessel the world has not seen before. Enabling offshore activities to be executed more safe and efficient.
NAM and Shell UK combined their forces with Royal Wagenborg and shipyard Royal Niestern Sander, which resulted in the world’s first maintenance support walk to work vessel.
This is the epic story about the ‘KROONBORG’, the result of the innovative Walk-to-Work project. A Dutch project that will change the entire offshore industry.
Reference: Walk-to-work project NAM & Wagenborg/YouTube
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