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Wind Orca

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4C Offshore | Wind Orca
Wind Orca is a self propelled jack-up vessel which was delivered in 2012 following construction in Korea. Wind Orc's crane has a lifting capacity of 1,200 metric tons and a 132 metre hook height above deck. The boom has a simplified design focussed on providing efficient wind turbine installations, with optimisations driven by experience. These specifications make Wind Orca capable of handling the new generation of wind turbine generators including the SG 11.0-193 DD, V164-10.0 MW, V174-9.5 MW and GE Haliade-X 12MW.

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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Wind Orca
Other Names
Pacific Orca
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