Seajacks’ first vessel, Seajacks Kraken, has been specifically designed to operate in harsh environments such as the North Sea, operating in compliance with the most stringent regulations and in accordance with standard procedures required to operate in the hydrocarbon industry.
This state-of-the-art, self-propelled jack-up vessel 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.
Seajacks Kraken has an HSE accepted Safety Case in accordance with UK Offshore Installation (Safety Case) Regulations 2015.
Seajacks are passionate about reducing their emissions. Working within the ISO 14001:2004 standard which Seajacks were awarded in October 2012, we have created an Intergrated Management System (IMS) in order to keep track of the various requirements and our achievements.
The safety of all our employees and visitors is a key driving force for Seajacks.
Kraken successfully completed her first project providing accommodation and support for ExxonMobil in 2009 at the Thébaud Platform, off Nova Scotia.
Subsequently, the vessel carried out a well intervention project for TAQA Energy BV in the Dutch Sector of the North Sea and has completed a 15 month contract with DONG Energy to perform wind farm installation work at the Walney wind farm located in the Irish Sea.
Kraken operated in the Southern North Sea, performing well interventions, coiled tubing services for NAM & Shell UK over a two year period which commenced in 2012.