Watch Brave Tern Standing On Its Own Leg


Have you seen a ship standing on its legs?

Here it is for you! the offshore wind turbine installation vessel Brave tern jacked up to a height of 70 meters on its 5,300 ton capacity legs.

The gigantic vessel is self-elevating and self-propelled with large open deck space, an 800 ton “wrap around leg crane”, DP2-class dynamic positioning, and fitted with a Voith Schneider propulsion system. The installation vessels also have accommodations for up to 80 persons in 56 cabins, as well as a heli-deck to facilitate transfers during offshore wind farm installations.

Brave Tern Info:

  • LENGTH: 132m
  • PROPULSION: Transit speed of 12 knots, DP2
  • WATER DEPTH RANGE: 7.5 – 45m
  • CRANE: 800 tonnes at 24m outreach, 102m over deck
  • TYPICAL PAYLOAD: 6600 tonnes

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Source: Havenbedrijf Rotterdam on YouTube


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