Self-propelled jack-up vessel Siren operates with an impressive high-capacity 2600t main crane which revolves around the SB aft leg, allowing the safe installation and maintenance of heavy foundations and the components relating to offshore wind turbines.
Siren is designed to operate in water depths of up to 65 metres and significant wave heights of two metres whilst the vessel itself is above sea level installing and maintaining offshore structures. Seajacks fleet of seven self-propelled jack-up vessels uses state of the art technology to operate in the challenging conditions of the offshore environment whilst still being a cost-efficient option.
Siren will be able to safely install and maintain heavy foundations and the components relating to offshore wind turbines thanks to its 2600t main crane and 5400m² main deck area. Siren has been designed to operate in water depths of up to 65 metres and at significant wave heights of 2 metres whilst the vessel itself will be above sea level installing and maintaining offshore structures.
This state-of-the-art, self-propelled jack-up vessel is equipped with DP2 capability which will allow for fast, safe, cost-efficient transit and positioning between locations; this will not only transform operations but will also facilitate efficient installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms.
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.