- GustoMSC NG2500X design
- Built by Lamprell Energy in Dubai
- DP2 capability
- 900m² Main Deck Area
- Transit Speed 8 Knots
Like all Seajacks vessels, Seajacks Leviathan has been designed with a flexible deck space which means working in either the Oil & Gas or Offshore Wind industries is possible.
This state-of-the-art, self-propelled jack-up vessel operates in compliance with the most stringent regulations and in accordance with standard procedures required to operate in the North Sea hydrocarbon industry.
Leviathan is equipped with DP2 capability which allows for fast, safe and cost-efficient transit and positioning between locations; this not only transforms operations in the oil and gas industry, but also facilitates efficient installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms.
A sister vessel of the Kraken, Leviathan has gained an equally sterling reputation; the vessel recently concluded a 15 month contract with Fluor for work on the Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm located off the Suffolk/Essex coast.
Leviathan also worked with Zaratan on the Meerwind Offshore Wind Park, installing the transition pieces and turbines of 88 Siemens 3.6MW wind turbines.
Leviathan has a HSE accepted Safety Case in accordance with UK Offshore Installation (Safety Case) Regulations 2005 which enables her to work in the Oil & Gas industry.
At Seajacks we are concerned with the safety of all our employees, visitors and contractors on and off shore. A Hazob system is fully implemented on all of our vessels, with crew members and visitors submitting potential hazards and suggestions for improvement.
A management system has been implemented in order to keep track and continually reduce emissions at all time. Seajacks have been awarded the ISO 14001:2004 standard which recognises and monitors our ambition to be as environmentally friendly as possible.