Drydocks World Launches Construction Vessel

8 November 2010 (Last Updated November 8th, 2010 18:30)

Drydocks World has launched a self-contained jack-up construction vessel at its Graha shipyard in Indonesia. The Nora has been built for Master Marine of Norway and is capable of carrying up to 260 crew. The 111.8m-long vessel is equipped with self-driven service jacks, two

Drydocks World has launched a self-contained jack-up construction vessel at its Graha shipyard in Indonesia.

The Nora has been built for Master Marine of Norway and is capable of carrying up to 260 crew.

The 111.8m-long vessel is equipped with self-driven service jacks, two pedestal cranes and a large open deck area of 2,500m2.

The ship is able to install offshore structures weighing up to 7,200t, replacing several service, crane and accommodation vessels normally used in offshore wind field development.