New DP3 Heavy Lift Vessel 'Orion'
‘Orion’ will feature an unrivalled combination of exceptionally high transport and load capacity, impressive lifting heights and green technology. The vessel will be built at COSCO in China and is set to be delivered in 2019.
‘Orion’ will be deployed by DEME’s subsidiary GeoSea for the construction of the largest offshore wind farms, to service the oil and gas industry and for decommissioning of offshore installations.
New DP2 jack-up vessel 'Apollo'
The new jack-up vessel 'Apollo' will join GeoSea's current fleet of self-propelled jack-ups. The vessel will be equiped with an 800 ton leg-encircling crane.
The vessel deck provides free area of 2000 m² with a load carrying capacity of 15 t/m². The jack-up 'Apollo' will be outfitted with 106.8 m long lattice legs that allow her to operate in water depths of up to 70 m.
'Apollo' will have standard accommodation for 90 persons on board upgradable to 150.
DP2 Installation Vessels
Given the increasing demands of today’s offshore industry - as the sector advances even further offshore in more challenging and harsher environments and as more remote locations are explored - DEME has been making sure its fleet is geared up to fulfil the requirements of our customers.
DP2 installation vessels install all subsea structures, requiring a very high reliability and accuracy, while staying on position by a Dynamic Positioning System. Several DEME vessels, working in various specialist areas have DP2, including the heavy-lift jack-up vessels 'Apollo', 'Innovation', 'Neptune', 'Thor' and the jack-up vessel 'Goliath'.
DEME has a wide range of self-elevating platforms suitable for a variety of different roles. A powerful vessel is the 'Neptune', which has a 2,750 tonnes pre-load per leg capacity and a crane capacity of 600 tonnes at 26 m.
GeoSea relies on its ability to provide innovative techniques and high operational reliability through high-tech equipment. GeoSea’s jack-up platforms include 'Apollo', 'Innovation', 'Neptune', 'Thor', 'Goliath', 'Vagant', 'Buzzard' and 'De Zeebouwer'.