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Halfway on West of Duddon Sands

On 4 March 2014, SEA INSTALLER installed turbine number 54 on West of Duddon Sands in the Irish Sea. This means that SEA INSTALLER now has installed half of the 108 Siemens 3.6MW turbines on the site. Work is progressing as planned and within the last five days alone, she has installed six turbines. SEA... Read more »

SEA ENERGY has been sold

SEA ENERGY has been sold and will in future be engaged in maintenance of oil installations in the Gulf of Guinea, Africa for the company O. I. S. International Ltd.  SEA ENERGY has been a part of the A2SEA fleet since 2002 and has installed turbines on Horns Reef 1, Nysted, Scroby Sands, Kentish Flats... Read more »

A2SEA Supports Danmarksindsamlingen

This week – week 5, Denmark raises money for children in the third world who unfortunately have lost their mothers. The fundraising campaign is called “Danmarksindsamlingen”. A2SEA supports the campaign as a part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. ”Supporting a cause like ”Danmarksindsamlingen” comes very natural to A2SEA. We have made it part of... Read more »

Largest number of turbines

On 19 January 2014, turbine no. 112 was installed on Gwynt y Môr in the Irish Sea. This is the largest number of turbines ever installed on one single project by A2SEA. Prior to this, A2SEA installed 111 turbines on Anholt Offshore Wind Farm in 2013. Work continues and SEA JACK and SEA WORKER are... Read more »

West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm

SEA INSTALLER has installed 31 turbines. The vessel will install a total of 108 turbines on the West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm. A total of 30 foundations (MPs and TPs) was installed by SEA INSTALLER prior to the WTG installation. The West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm is located in the East Irish Sea approximately 14... Read more »

Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm

On 13 December 2013, A2SEA had installed 107 turbines at Gwynt y Môr. This means that two thirds of the turbines have now been installed on the project in the Irish Sea. At present, SEA JACK has installed 75 WTGs on the Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm in the Irish Sea. SEA WORKER has joined SEA JACK and has... Read more »

A2SEA’s second newbuild namegiven

On 10 December 2013, A2SEA’s second newbuild was christened at the COSCO shipyard in China. This second generation offshore installation vessel is a sister vessel to SEA INSTALLER. The new vessel was named SEA CHALLENGER. Expected time of delivery from the shipyard is the beginning of 2014 and SEA CHALLENGER will start work immediately on... Read more »

A2SEA donates to help support sick children

Christmas is truly a time for children and especially a time for us to think of less fortunate and sick children. Instead of giving gifts to our customers, A2SEA has decided in line with last year, to make donations. This year donations go to various hospitals and pediatric wards to help support sick children. Donations in Denmark... Read more »

A2SEA sponsors “Knæk Cancer” 2013

A2SEA has decided to support the Danish fundraising campaign “Knæk cancer” / “Stop Cancer” again this year. “Knæk cancer” is a show on the national TV channel TV2 which raises money for the struggle against cancer. Read more about “Knæk cancer”     

Third SWATH vessel christened

On 30 September, A2SEA’s third of four SWATH crew vessels, was namegiven SEA STORM. Earlier this year, A2SEA took management of two sister SWATH crew vessels; SEA BREEZE and SEA GALE. The last of the four new crew vessels is planned to be delivered before the end of the year. Read more about A2SEA’s crew... Read more »