Aegir

Heavy Maintenance and Construction

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Aegir started as a deep water construction and pipelay vessel, but has been converted to a heavy lift vessel for foundation installation work on offshore wind farms. During conversion work the pipelay equipment was removed and the 25m2 moon pool closed. It has also been used to install substations in the sector.

A maximum of 289 people can be accommodated on board if required.

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General Information
Name
Aegir
Operator
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Vessel Category
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Vessel Classification
Has Heli Deck?
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Build Information
Construction Country
Shipyard
Delivery Date
Year Last Converted

Main Characteristics
Length Overall (LOA)
Minimum Draft
Maximum Draft

Speed
Transit Speed
Maximum Speed

Cargo Deck
Free Deck Space
Deadweight

Vessel Identification
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IMO Number
MMSI

Positioning
Dynamic Positioning (DP) Class
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Cranes
First Crane Capacity
First Crane Radius
First Crane Description
Second Crane Capacity
Second Crane Radius
Second Crane Description
Max. Lifting Capacity

Links
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Vessel Spec.

Aegir has built up the following project/contract experience:

Experience on Interconnector(s)

No previous experience recorded.

Experience on Converter(s)

No previous experience recorded.

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