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Normand Clipper

The latest member of our fleet. Normand Clipper was built 2001 as a Cable Laying and Repair Vessel.

The vessel underwent a major conversion in 2005 at to a deepwater subsea construction and umbilical lay DP vessel. We will utilize the vessel to support cable lay operations within the renewable energy and oil and gas sectors.

Tech Specs

GENERAL

Classification
1A1 SF HELDK CRANE E0
DYNPOS-AUTR DK(+) TMON
Year built
2001
Tonnage
Gross: 11,472t

Deadweight: 9,976t

Lightship: 7,594t
LOA
127.5m
Breadth
27m
Draft
Max. 8.4m

ACCOMMODATION

Total complement
101 persons
Cabins
32 single and 35 double
Mess/recreation rooms
5

MACHINERY & POWER

Total power
21,922 bhp
Bow thrusters
Brunvoll 2 x 1500 kw
Azimuth thrusters
Brunvoll 1500 kw
Stern thrusters
Brunvoll 2 x 1200 kw

DYNAMIC POSITION SYSTEM

Class definition
Dynpos AUTR
Type
Kongsberg SDP 21

CAPACITIES

Fresh water
750m3
Ballast water
4,500m3
Fuel oil
3,350m3

DECK MACHINERY

Deck area
1,700m²
Deck loading
10t/m²
Offshore crane
Type: Hydralift OC4475KSCE AHC

SWL: 250 t
Offshore crane II
Type: Hydralift C2806KE

SWL: 25 t
A Frame
SWL: 60 t
Helideck
19.5m diameter
Work class ROV
2 mobilised systems based on requirements

CABLE LAY SPREAD

Carousel
4,000te with internal partition (23.0m
outer diameter, 8.0m internal diameter,
6.0m high)
Loading Tower
10te tower tensioner and loading arm
Deck Tensioner
2 x 15t SWL
Chutes & Trackway
2 x 4m Radius Stern Chutes

4.0m MBR throughout
Quadrants
4.0m radius quadrant and quadrant deployment frame
Winches
3 x deck winches
Cable Protection
Designed for a minimum of 35.0m CPS
storage