26m_IPS

Njord Offshore’s 26m IPS Crew Vessel (with dynamic positioning) has evolved from our 21m design and has been built for optimized:-

  • Ride comfort
  • Manoeuvrability
  • Endurance
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Redundancy

Whilst maintaining our principles of

  • Speed with efficiency
  • Practicality

To download a pocket plan please click here (.pdf, 1.9mb)  ico_pdf

Overview

DNV + 1A1 HSLC, R1 Windfarm Service 1 Notation

Length Overall: 26.3m

Beam: 9.2m

Maximum Draft: 1.6m

Deadweight: 30t

Main Engines: 4 x 700bhp

Aux Engines: 2 x 27kW

Propulsion: 4 x Volvo IPS Drive (with Dynamic Positioning)

Tank Capacities

Bunkers: 29,000 litres

Fresh Water: 2,900 litres

Speed

Sprint Speed (light): >30kts

Sprint Speed (10t dwt): 27.5kts

Service Speed (10t dwt): 26kts

Additional Features

• Dynamic Forward Fender System.

• 5 talkback stations; 1 loud hailer

• Fuel Transfer System (incl 40m deck reel)

• CCTV covering all areas incl engine room

• Intercom covering all areas incl engine room

• Loud hailer, Flood Lighting & Search Lighting

• Dive Platforms

• Lifting Lugs (& Strops)

• Transfer Access System ‘ready’

• Bunks for 10 crew

Crew Comfort

• Deep reclining luxury passenger seating with shock mitigation & 240v sockets (International)

• Additional seating (sofa style) and communal table area

• 3 x LCD TVs with DVD

• Air Conditioning/De-misting/Heating system

• Noise/Vibration insulation (suspended wheel house)

• Non-Skid flooring in all crew areas

• Changing Area & drying storage area

• 2 x WCs; 2 x showers

• Full galley incl instant hot water & combi oven

 

DNV is one of the world’s leading maritime classification societies. Building and classifying a vessel to their notation sets a benchmark for the design, build quality and fit out of vessels working on offshore windfarms.

Their standards are designed to minimise risks for those working offshore by setting minimum quality and redundancy standards for the vessel’s materials, hull structure, and the vessel’s systems and machinery.

DNV’s windfarm notation meets the minimum requirements for international flag states. This allows the vessels to work on offshore windfarms throughout the EU.