Offshore Wind

Our customers benefit from our creativity, top-end knowledge and experienced insight in offshore wind operations. We offer customised and flexible solutions ranging from simple designs based on manual calculations to more sophisticated projects.

Jack-up Vessel for DBB

The vessel is designed both as a normal ship and as a self-elevating unit. The vessel is a self-elevating, ship-shaped unit equipped with 4 round jacking legs operated by a rack and pinion jacking system and fitted with a service and installation crane of 500 ton SWL.

Sea Energy / Sea Power

OSK-ShipTech A/S provided consultancy assistance in connection with the conversion of Sea Energy. The vessel is a semi jack-up crane ship for transport and positioning of windmills at sea.

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Crew Vessel

Crew vessel for transfer of service personnel to offshore wind turbine installations. The design aims at access to monopile foundation in 1.8m wave height and high comfort during the transfer voyage.

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Wind Supplier

Vessel for transferring up to 24 members of service personnel from base port to wind turbine installations or to hotel platforms. Due to its special design and a specially developed bow fender, the vessel is able to transfer personnel to monopile foundations in 2m wave height.

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Elisabeth M - Crew Vessel for Offshore Windfarm

The vessel is an aluminium crew vessel built in 2007 at Granly Marine in Esbjerg for KEM-Offshore. The vessel is intended for the transport of a service personnel of 12 from base port to an offshore wind farm. 

Orkama - Crew Vessel for Offshore Windfarm

The vessel is an aluminium crew vessel built in 2007 at Granly Marine in Esbjerg for KEM-Offshore as an upgraded version of the sister ship ELISABETH M.