Since 2006 Great Yarmouth based Seajacks have grown to own a fleet of 5 vessels, Seajacks Kraken, Leviathan, Zaratan, Hydra and Scylla. With these vessels Seajacks have operated worldwide in harsh conditions for both the Oil and Gas and Offshore Wind industries.
East Anglia One contract award
Seajacks Scylla has been awarded foundation installation for East Anglia One offshore wind farm
Walney Extension turbine installation
MHI Vestas 8MW & Siemens 7MW turbines were installed by Seajacks Scylla
Veja Mate turbine installation
Seajacks Scylla assisted with the installation of Siemens 6MW turbines for the Veja Mate offshore wind farm
Veja Mate foundation installation
Seajacks Scylla & Zaratan worked in tandem to install Veja Mate monopiles & transition pieces
Seajacks Scylla Naming Ceremony
Over 400 guests arrived in Great Yarmouth Port to watch Seajacks Scylla's naming ceremony
Seajacks supports call to commit the UK to a low carbon power sector by 2030
Seajacks has today joined 35 other green groups, faith bodies and energy developers to urge Members of Parliament to support the inclusion of a 2030 de-carbonisation target in the Energy Bill which is currently going through Parliament.
Seajacks installs first turbine at Meerwind Wind Park
Seajacks installation vessels Leviathan and Zaratan departed from the port of Esbjerg during the 16th and 17th July 2013, to begin installing the first batch of 80 Siemens 3.6MW offshore turbines at Meerwind Offshore Wind Park.
Construction of Scylla announced
Seajacks International has entered into a contract with Samsung Heavy Industries to build Seajacks Scylla, the world's largest and most advanced offshore wind farm installation vessel.
Seajacks Zaratan completes monopile installation at Meerwind
Seajacks Zaratan completes monopile installation at Meerwind At 22:00 on Sunday 21st April, Seajacks Zaratan completed hammering of the 80th and final monopile at the Meerwind Offshore Wind Park in Germany.
Seajacks Zaratan installs 3 monopiles in just 36 hours
Following the news that almost 60 monopiles had been completed on 18 March, specialised jack-up vessel Seajacks Zaratan continues installation at a rapid pace at the Meerwind Offshore Park, installing 3 monopiles in just under 1 and a half days.
Seajacks has placed an order with Lamprell for the construction of a new self-propelled jack-up vessel, specifically designed for installation and maintenance services in the offshore wind and oil and gas sectors.
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