Multipurpose vessel Adhémar de Saint-Venant launched

Adhémar de Saint-Venant  Photo JAN DE NUL

By Joseph R. Fonseca

AVIC shipyard in Weihai, China launched Jan De Nul
Group's new multipurpose vessel Adhémar de Saint-Venant. The
sister vessel, Daniel Bernoulli, will be launched in March 2017.


To perform a variety of functions, different mission equipment is
available and can be installed on the vessels: subsea rock
installation through an inclined fall pipe or a flexible fall
pipe; subsea trenching, installation of cables and umbilicals;
installation works by means of a heave compensated crane etc ...
This definitely makes them unique.

To safely and efficiently perform these functions the vessels are
provided with Dynamic Positioning (DP2), a fully diesel-electric
machinery arrangement, a comfortable accommodation for 60 persons
and a SPS notation. The Adhémar de Saint-Venant has a
'STRENGTHBOTTOM' class notation; this allows the vessel to be
beached, enabling e.g. cable installation works in very shallow
waters.

Over the past eight years Jan De Nul Group has considerably
expanded its fleet and as a result the group now owns the most
state-of-the-art dredging fleet in the world. Nowadays Jan De Nul
Group is adjusting its investment strategy and is now more than
ever focusing on niche markets. The construction of multipurpose
vessels allows Jan De Nul to better meet the clients' requests to
have a project executed by one contractor or one vessel and to
reduce the mobilization costs for its clients.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Deadweight 6,200 tonnes

Length o.a. 96 m

Breadth 22 m

Dynamic Positioning DP2

Propulsion Power 2 X 1,250 kW

Bow thruster power 2 X 1,250 kW

Total installed diesel power 6,800 kW

Speed 11.5 kn

Accommodation 60

ROCK INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT

Rock carrying capacity 5,100 tonnes

Max fall pipe depth 600 m

Inclined fall pipe diam 1,800 mm

CABLE INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT

Turntable capacity 4,000 tonnes

Basket diameter 16.8 m

Feb 27, 2017

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