Brave Tern

Brave Tern is a heavy-lift jack-up vessel built for offshore wind turbine installations in water depths up to 142ft.

On arrival at the location, the ship’s four legs are lowered to the sea floor and the vessel elevates itself using a jack-up system, to become a stable working platform. The wind turbines are installed using the vessel’s 800-tonne crane.

Wärtsilä's scope of supply includes four generating sets - one 6-cylinder, two 9-cylinder, and one 12-cylinder – all of which are based on the Wärtsilä 32 engine, plus the bow thrusters, plus medium and low voltage switchboards, frequency converters and the power management system.

Brave Tern, jack-up installation vessel, 2012

Name Brave Tern
IMO 9583782
Type Jack-up Installation Vessel
Owner Fred. Olsen Windcarrier AS
Shipyard Lamprell PLC, Dubai, UAE
Delivered 2012
Lenght overall 132.00 m
Breadth 39.80 m

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