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UK: Njord Offshore’s latest generation of Crew Transfer Vessels

Njord Offshore have taken delivery of Njord Magni – a 26m Quad IPS Crew Transfer Vessel.

Njord Magni is the third of four sister vessels to be delivered to Njord Offshore this year and is due to be shipped back to Europe from Singapore with Njord Thor in Mid October ’15.

Sisters Njord Odin and Njord Freyr have been operating in European waters since April this year bringing new levels of operational capability to the sector.

In addition to pushing the operational boundaries of transfer limits due to their dynamic BMT fender system and high bollard thrust (with proven transfers at 2m Hs) the vessels offer unrivalved redundancy with four volvo engines and four IPS units. In an industry where CTVs are on the critical logistical path this redundancy provides backup in the unlikely event of breakdown – potentially saving time & money both in personnel costs but also reliant parties (ie cable layers, jack ups).

The 26m Quad IPS design optimizes:

  • Technician comfort  – progressively important with increased travel time to the further offshore windfarms
  • Deck layout – for craning operations for extensive O&M works (potentially avoiding the need for Jack Ups)
  • Accommodation – with 10 berths providing short term 24hr SOV style on-site accommodation for small teams.

The vessel also comes with Dynamic Positioning; Larger Fuel Tanks (28,000L); Fuel Transfer system; Pressure washer; Container Points and Dive Platforms.

Njord Offshore

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