Wind Orca

Heavy Maintenance and Construction

4C Offshore | Wind Orca
Pacific Orca is a self propelled jack-up vessel which was delivered in 2012 following construction in Korea. The vessel has a 70m maximum working depth possible if the leg extension are fitted, increasing the leg length by 15m to 120m. Pacific Orca has had its hull strengthened and spudcans strengthened so that the legs can be extracted more rapidly. The vessel can carry up to 12 3.6 MW turbines.

From June 2019 to February 2021 Pacific Orca is operating under a long term service agreement with Siemens Gamesa.

In Q4 2023, the crane is to be upgraded to reach 155m above deck, with 1,600 ton lift capacity and 10,000t payload. Once upgraded, the vessel will be able to transport 3 x 14 MW turbines.


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General Information
Wind Orca
Other Names
Pacific Orca
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Vessel Classification
Has Heli Deck?

Build Information
Construction Country

Main Characteristics
Length Overall (LOA)
Minimum Draft
Maximum Draft

Transit Speed
Maximum Speed

Cargo Deck
Free Deck Space
Max. Deck Load

Max Jacking Speed
Num legs
Leg length

Design Criteria
Max Operable Significant Wave Height
Max. Operable Wind Speed

Vessel Identification
Call Sign
IMO Number

Dynamic Positioning (DP) Class

First Crane Capacity
First Crane Radius
First Crane Description
Second Crane Capacity
Second Crane Radius
Second Crane Description
Max. Lifting Capacity

Operator Website
Vessel Spec.