Adhémar de Saint-Venant

Construction support

In the Cable Laying mode, the vessel can be equipped with a carrousel or with cable reels along with tensioners, chute and auxiliary equipment. An A-frame and ROV trencher can be deployed from the vessel for burial of the installed cables. The vessel has a rock carrying capacity of 5,100 tons.

Adhémar de Saint-Venant has a ‘STRENGTH-BOTTOM’ class notation; this allows the vessel to be beached, enabling e.g. cable installation works in very shallow waters.

Ulstein Power & Control delivered the power package, automation system, DP system, thruster control and commissioning for the vessel.

4C Offshore | Adhémar de Saint-Venant

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