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Jan de Nul orders multipurpose vessel at Croatian shipyard

Written by Nick Blenkey

Jan de Nul newbuildAUGUST 14, 2012 — Belgium’s Jan De Nul Group has ordered a 10,500 dwt, 138 m long multipurpose vessel at the Uljanik Shipyard in Pula, Croatia..

It will be a trenching and offshore support vessel, a subsea rock installation vessel and a cable laying vessel.

In the cable laying mode, the vessel will be able to install up to 10,000 tonnes of cable and will be equipped with a 5,500 tonnes capacity turntable above deck and a 4,500 tonnes capacity turntable below deck along with tensioners as required by the project, chute and auxiliary equipment.

In the subsea rock installation mode, the vessel will be able to install up to 10,000 tonnes of rock in a single load by using the aft stone hopper with a capacity of 3,000 tonnes and the midship hopper with a capacity of 7,000 tonnes along with the two excavators and the fall pipe for accurate rock installation at up to 200m water depth.

In the combination mode any combination of the above will be possible, up to the carrying capacity of the vessel.

The vessel will be delivered in 2015 and will be the 76th vessel in the Jan De Nul Group fleet.

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