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    Offshore Wind Farms

    Offshore wind farm and their support vessels have been mentioned in several different threads. It is time to collect this into one, as it is fast becoming a very important offshore business and employs numerous people, vessels and equipment suppliers.

    More and more of the electric power consumed in the UK, Germany, Denmark and Netherlands especially are from wind farms and the cost of producing such power is now becoming competitive with Oil, Gas and Coal fired power plants.

    Here is an article that sums it up: https://gcaptain.com/after-brexit-bl...carbon-prices/

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    standing there for weeks by now, in Rotterdam

    http://www.seajacks.com/self-propell...ajacks-scylla/



    best regards Thijs

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      best regards Thijs

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        best regards Thijs

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          best regards Thijs

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            #6
            The future is in the wind: https://gcaptain.com/no-brexit-regre...offshore-wind/

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              #7
              Seasickness is a safety hazard in the Wind Farm industry. Now it can be eliminated: http://www.tu.no/artikler/sjosyke-ha...n-fikse/359556

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                MPI DISCOVERY 9530096 at the Vlissingen harbour.

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                  ''innovation'' on her way with new parts for a new mill





                  best regards Thijs

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                    best regards Thijs

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                      best regards Thijs

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                        Shore pull in Morecambe Bay is quite a sight: http://gcaptain.com/watch-maersk-cab...eid=4674ba0fbe

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                          #13
                          Statoil is aiming for California, Hawaii and Japan with their floating windmills:
                          https://e24.no/energi/vindkraft/stat...japan/24258538

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                            ''Seajacks Scylla'' stands in Flushing Holland



                            best regards Thijs

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                              Strange to see that last image, something I have not seen too many times... a ship on stilts!
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                              • janihudi
                                janihudi commented
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                                with al those upcomming windfarm projects we/i see them more and more.

                                the're are those windfarm yards in Flushing and Rotterdam,2 ports i see on regular times

                              • ombugge
                                ombugge commented
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                                If you remember back some years I posted detailed report about loading of at least two of these Wind Farm Installation Units on HLVs in Singapore and Batam. (Seafox 5 and JB 117 respectively)
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