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Oceanteam demobilizes carousel onboard Normand Clipper (Video)

Offshore cable solutions provider Oceanteam has completed the demobilization of the 4,000-ton carousel from onboard the 128-meter long cable-laying vessel (CLV) Normand Clipper.

According to the company, the operation was completed in less than a half-day and with the assistance of Bonn & Mees Drijvende Bokken’s Matador.

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Earlier this month, Oceanteam revealed that a client had returned one of its 4,000-ton carousels a year earlier than originally agreed.

Normand Clipper, working side by side with Global Symphony, is set to install and bury the inter-array cables at the Arcadis Ost 1 offshore wind project in Germany this year.

The work is scheduled to commence in the second half of 2022 at the project site northeast of the island of RĂ¼gen in the German sector of the Baltic Sea.

Built in 2001 by Ulstein Verft, Normand Clipper features a Kongsberg SDP 21 dynamic positioning system, a deck area of 1,700m2 and a 19.5m diameter helideck. It can accommodate 101 persons.

Video credits to Oceanteam