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A2SEA signs contract for Horns Reef 3 for Vattenfall

From summer 2018, A2SEA will play a key role in building the Danish offshore wind farm Horns Reef 3 off the west coast of Denmark. Project owner is Vattenfall and the total capacity of the wind farm is 400MW. A2SEA’s purpose-built offshore installation vessel SEA INSTALLER will be deployed to install the 49 MHI Vestas... Read more »

Turbine installation completed at Gode Wind 2 + 1 Offhore Wind Farm

On 19 May 2016, A2SEA’s SEA CHALLENGER completed the installation of 97 Siemens 6MW turbines at DONG Energy’s Gode Wind 2+1 OWF in the German part of the North Sea. “The turbine installation has progressed seamlessly and as planned throughout the winter. We experienced some rough and challenging weather during January and February but thanks... Read more »

A2SEA signs contract for Hornsea Offshore Wind Farm Project One

From spring 2019, A2SEA will play a key role in building the world’s largest ever offshore wind farm, Hornsea Project One for DONG Energy. Capacity will be 1.2GW. A2SEA’s purpose-built offshore installation vessel SEA INSTALLER will be deployed to install a part of the 174 Siemens 7MW turbines. ”It is a great pleasure and with... Read more »

A2SEA signs contract for Arkona

From summer 2018, A2SEA will play a key role in building the 385MW Arkona Offshore Wind Farm for E.ON and Statoil in the Baltic Sea A2SEA’s purpose-built offshore installation vessel SEA CHALLENGER will be deployed to install the 60 Siemens 6MW turbines in 2018. ”We are very proud to be chosen by E.ON to install... Read more »

A2SEA: Focus on the core business

At an internal meeting today at A2SEA and its subsidiary CT Offshore, all employees were informed, that A2SEA wishes to focus solely on the core business, installation of foundations and turbines offshore. The shift in focus and priority means that – CT Offshore will not take on any more projects and all vessels and equipment... Read more »

Update SEA WORKER capzising

After the grounding of SEA WORKER on 27 January and the following capsizing on 3 February, A2SEA and the salvage team from Smit Salvage have been waiting on weather to be able to inspect and remove the diesel oil from the barge. Yesterday, a team of divers successfully inspected the barge, and today divers have... Read more »

SEA WORKER capsized

Due to harsh weather, SEA WORKER has capsized during the night between Tuesday and Wednesday. During the morning, no pollution has been detected from the vessel. Focus remains on preventing any oils or fuels leaking from the vessel. A special operations team and vessels ESVAGT CONNECTOR and EMILE ROBIN are onsite closely following the situation.... Read more »

Update SEA WORKER grounding

On 27 January 2016, SEA WORKER grounded off the Coast of Hvide Sande, Denmark. 15 crew members were safely evacuated. Yesterday, Thursday 28 January, a technical team consisting of external and internal specialists went on board SEA WORKER to inspect the barge. The investigation showed that the jacking system has been seriously damaged. For now, it... Read more »

SEA WORKER evacuated – all crew safe and sound

The night between 26th and 27th January 2016, 15 crew members on board SEA WORKER were evacuated. Nobody was hurt and all is safely rescued ashore. The evacuation took place approx. 3:10 off the North Sea coast by a lifeboat from Hvide Sande. SEA WORKER was in transit to Esbjerg and was caught by a weather window,... Read more »