wind farm offshore support vessel
for wind farms
108 m (354'03")
The Rambiz 4000 is a self-propelled heavy-lift crane vessel
equipped with two Huisman cranes with a total capacity of
4,000 tonnes. The cranes can be repositioned within a range
of 25 metres through skidding. This allows the deck to be
utilised for transporting and relocating cargo at a later stage.
The vessel can be used for any type of offshore heavy
lifting operation, such as the installation or removal of oil
and gas platforms, installation of renewable foundations
and topsides, or for bridge construction.
The vessel has four main and four auxiliary anchors. The
four azimuth thrusters and the DP2 system enable the
Rambiz 4000 to carry out installation works without use of
its mooring spread.
The integrated design of the vessel including the cranes
was created by Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam, a subsidiary
of Royal IHC.