Chevalier Floatels has successfully executed three contracts for TenneT this summer. Both, DP Gezina and DP Galyna were employed to provide accommodation and transfer of TenneT personnel at HelWin alpha, HelWin beta and SylWin alpha.
Chevalier Floatels has just upgraded its vessels to even higher standards. The deckspace has been increased and a covered storage area has been created. An additional retractable bow thruster has been installed so that it now has 4 azimuth thrusters. This ensures stronger DP Plot and higher workability for the heave compensated gangway. On the DP Galyna a pedestal has been placed under the gangway so that the Ampelmann can now reach 23.5 m above the water line.
CEO of Chevalier Floatels Marcel Roelofs gave an interview about the upgrades and the company on OffshoreWind.biz. the article can be read here.
Accommodation vessel DP GEZINA owned by Chevalier Floatels has recently completed its commitment with Saipem to support the installation work related to topside hook up and modification at Burullus Simian Control Platform, located some 65 km offshore Egypt, in approximate 60 m water depth.
DP GEZINA was elected for this project since it could deliver the comfortable accommodation for the 40 technicians as well as the operational flexibility required for this demanding project. Full catering and laundry services as well as medical and hospital facilities are available on board. DP GEZINA is able to remain offshore for 30 days with sufficient provisions and consumables.
The vessel is requested to be in stationary position
Walk-to-Work Offshore Support Accommodation vessel DP GALYNA was contracted by Forewind for operation and maintenance work to its two meteorological masts on North Sea’s Dogger Bank, located approximately 150 km off the east coast of Yorkshire.
DP GALYNA sailed to Great Yarmouth to take on board the technicians of SeaRoc Group for scheduled operation and maintenance of the masts and its instrumentation and proceeded to the offshore location.
The vessel’s fixed Ampelmann walk-to-work access system allowed the technicians to board the platforms of both masts in a safe and time efficient way, perform their tasks and enjoy the comfort of DP GALYNA’s high standard accommodation and catering facilities.
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