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  • 11 November 2013

    Swiss – based Allseas has decided to build a second single – lift platform installation and decommissioning vessel. The new vessel, larger than Pieter Schelte, will be capable of removing all platform topsides in the North Sea which are beyond the Pieter Schelte’s capabilities. Besides decommissioning, the vessel is designed for worldwide installation of very large […]

  • 11 November 2013
    Business & Finance, Project & Tenders

    Swiss-based Allseas has decided to build a second single-lift platform installation and decommissioning vessel. The new vessel, larger than Pieter Schelte, can remove all platform topsides in the North Sea which are beyond the capability of Pieter Schelte. Besides decommissioning, the vessel is designed for worldwide installation of very large topsides. The topsides lift capacity […]

  • 11 July 2014
    Business & Finance

    ‘Pieter Schelte’, the biggest vessel in the world, is to be completed in the port of Rotterdam.   Owner and designer Allseas and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed an agreement to this effect. The plan is for ‘Pieter Schelte’ to arrive in Rotterdam at the end of 2014. ‘Pieter Schelte’ is 382 metres […]

  • 11 November 2013

    Swiss-based Allseas has decided to build a second single-lift platform installation and decommissioning  vessel. The new vessel, larger than Pieter Schelte, can remove all platform topsides in the North Sea which are beyond the capability of Pieter Schelte. Besides decommissioning, the vessel is designed for worldwide installation of very large topsides.  The topsides lift capacity will […]

  • 8 February 2015

    The ‘Pieter Schelte’ name has sparked controversy

  • 11 November 2013
    Business & Finance

    Swiss-based Allseas has decided to build a second single-lift platform installation and decommissioning vessel.  The new vessel, larger than Pieter Schelte, can remove all platform topsides in the North Sea which are beyond the capability of Pieter Schelte. Besides decommissioning, the vessel is designed for worldwide installation of very large topsides. The topsides lift capacity […]

  • 23 November 2014
    Exploration & Production

    A twin-hull behemoth, a giant, the world’s largest vessel, largest catamaran, biggest offshore vessel, the world’s largest crane ship. This is how it has been described. It is the ‘Pieter Schelte’, and it is now on its way to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, sailing from South Korea, where it was recently delivered. The 382 m long […]

  • 11 July 2014
    Business & Finance, Project & Tenders

    ‘Pieter Schelte’, the biggest vessel in the world, is to be completed in the port of Rotterdam. Owner and designer Allseas and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed an agreement to this effect. The plan is for ‘Pieter Schelte’ to arrive in Rotterdam at the end of 2014.   ‘Pieter Schelte’ is 382 metres […]

  • 11 July 2014
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    ‘Pieter Schelte’, the biggest vessel in the world, is to be completed in the port of Rotterdam. Owner and designer Allseas and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed an agreement to this effect.  Final assembly of Pieter Schelte will take place in the Alexiahaven. The inner lake of Maasvlakte 2 currently provides the necessary […]

  • 8 January 2015
    Business & Finance

    Today at 2 pm, the Pieter Schelte arrived in Rotterdam. With a length of 382 metres and a phenomenal width of 124 metres, this is the biggest ship in the world. It was designed and developed by the Dutch-Swiss offshore company Allseas. The Pieter Schelte will spend the next four months in Rotterdam undergoing final […]

  • 18 November 2014

    The twin-hull behemoth Pieter Schelte was recently launched at the DSME shipyard in Korea. Next summer, Pieter Schelte, one of the world’s largest vessels, will retrieve the entire deck of the troubled Yme jack-up production platform in the North Sea and bring it to scrapping.  Pieter Schelte, the 382 metre long and 124 metre wide dynamically […]

  • 11 July 2014

    Pieter Schelte, the biggest vessel of its kind in the world, is to be completed in the port of Rotterdam.

  • 8 January 2015
    Business & Finance

    The largest ship in the world, ‘Pieter Schelte’ has arrived to the Port of Rotterdam today, Thursday January 08. The ship will be docked in Alexiahaven where the final assembly will take place. The 65 metre long beams of the topsides lift system will be installed on the vessel during the first months of 2015. […]

  • 9 February 2015

    Allseas, the Swiss-based company which found itself in the spotlight last week after unions and Jewish communities protested over the name of its ‘Pieter Schelte’ vessel, is going to rename the recently delivered giant. The vessel was named after the late father of Edward Heerema, the owner of Allseas. The late Pieter Schelte was a convicted Nazi […]

  • 23 December 2013
    Business & Finance, Equipment

    In close cooperation with Allseas, Iv-Consult designs the tilting lift beams for the Jacket Lift System (JLS) of the Pieter Schelte vessel. Pieter Schelte is a unique, single-lift offshore platform installation/decommissioning vessel capable of lifting topsides of up to 48,000 tons and jackets of up to 25,000 tons. It will also be deployed for the […]

  • 24 December 2013
    Business & Finance

    In close cooperation with Allseas, Iv-Consult is designing the tilting lift beams for the Jacket Lift System (JLS) of the Pieter Schelte vessel. Pieter Schelte is a unique, single-lift offshore platform installation/decommissioning vessel capable of lifting topsides of up to 48,000 tons and jackets of up to 25,000 tons. It will also be deployed for […]

  • 4 February 2015
    Business & Finance

    Swiss-based Allseas Group SA, the owner of Pieter Schelte crane vessel, does not intend to change the vessel’s name despite calls from various maritime unions. The Panamanian flag of convenience vessel was named in honour of the Allseas Group’s owner’s father, who was a Nazi Waffen-SS officer, jailed for war crimes. The International Transport Workers’ […]

  • 24 November 2014
    Equipment

    Allseas’ flagship vessel, the Pieter Schelte, the world’s biggest vessel, has departed South Korean shipyard Daewoo in Okpo on 17th November 2014, sailing towards the Port of Rotterdam. The vessel, that took to the seas for the first time for sea trials in September, is now sailing under its own power towards the Rotterdam for the final […]

  • 23 December 2013

    In close cooperation with Allseas, Iv-Consult is designing the tilting lift beams for the Jacket Lift System (JLS) of the Pieter Schelte vessel. Pieter Schelte is a unique, single-lift offshore platform installation/decommissioning vessel capable of lifting topsides of up to 48,000 tons and jackets of up to 25,000 tons. It will also be deployed for […]

  • 3 February 2015
    Exploration & Production

    Maritime union RMT has slammed Shell UK’s decision to award to Swiss-based Allseas Group SA the contract for the decommissioning of three of its Brent platforms that are situated on the UK Continental Shelf using its newest vessel, the Pieter Schelte, for the task. Shell has today said it has begun preparing plans for the decommissioning of the Brent […]

  • 9 February 2015

    Following an announcement that Allseas will rename the vessel “Pieter Schelte”, the company has revealed the new name.

  • 4 February 2015

    UK’s maritime workers union yesterday slammed a decision by Shell to hire the Allseas’ ‘Pieter Schelte’ vessel for the Brent field decommissioning project. The vessel was named after the late father of Edward Heerema, the owner of Allseas. The unions are outraged by the fact that the vessel bears the name of the late Pieter […]