Seajacks has performed on high profile renewable projects around the world.
Our management team has an average of over 20 years’ experience in the energy industry.
Our offshore crews work in conjunction with clients to provide the most practical solutions in the safest environments. Providing knowledge and dedicated client services has led to results that speak for themselves.
Driving the monopiles into the seabed with a variety of hammer solutions.
Transition Piece Installation
The cranes fitted to each of our vessels combined with Seajacks installation experience provide the perfect tools to install TPs on to monopiles. Furthermore, Seajacks are experienced in managing grouting operations to UK and German regulations.
Seajacks has experience in contracting and managing the installation, as can be seen on the Meerwind project.
All Seajacks vessels are designed to carry and install turbines; with the newest and largest vessel, Scylla, planned to install larger turbines as part of the round 3 wind farm phase. Seajacks has experience of installing over 300 turbines to date and has developed optimum deck layouts, procedures and seafastenings for this work.
Seajacks has in-house personnel which can perform a Contracted Lift service according to BS 7121.
Consultancy & Installation Services
As well as our expanding fleet, the Seajacks Team has a wealth of experience in the offshore industry; our management team is available in various consultancy positions.
Operations & Maintenance Service
The Seajacks Team’s experience and the fleet of vessel with ideal O&M capability, enables Windfarm Operators and Owners piece of mind that Seajacks are able to provide turn key Jack-up intervention during the O&M phase, experience in Main Bearing, Gearbox, Blade and Nacelle exchanges coupled with Crew Vessel, Manpower and Tooling concepts enables Seajacks to deliver these Offshore Component replacement services.
Substation Hook Up and Commissioning
Seajacks vessels provide accommodation; crane support, temporary power/services and deck storage to offshore substations, which export the turbine voltage to the mainland.