Seajacks Leviathan

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.

Details & Technical Info

Leviathan will shortly be fitted with additional living quarters, increasing its maximum persons on board to 140! The vessel is already 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.

Leviathan’s reputation is as renowned as its sister vessel Kraken’s, with Leviathan completing work with Fluor on the Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm. It has also worked with Zaratan on the Meerwind Offshore Wind Park installing the transition pieces and turbines of 88 Siemens 3.6MW wind turbines.

Seajacks Leviathan has an HSE accepted Safety Case in accordance with UK Offshore Installation (Safety Case) Regulations 2015.

Seajacks management system is certificated to meet the requirements of the ISM Code, ISPS Code, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018.

  • GustoMSC NG-2500X design Built by Lamprell Energy in Dubai
  • Self-Propelled
  • DP2 capability
  • 900m² Main Deck Area
  • Transit Speed 8 Knots

Global Operations

Seajacks Leviathan has installed and maintained offshore wind farm components in the Southern North Sea since her delivery in 2009.

Leviathan has installed turbines on Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm, Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm and Meerwind Offshore Wind Park.

Leviathan also maintains offshore substations and performs blade exchanges as part of wind farm maintenance campaigns.

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