There she is 😍

Yesterday the Les Alizés arrived in Eemshaven for the first time. This offshore installation vessel of Jan De Nul Group has a length of 236 meters, width of 52 meters and a depth of 6,90 meters and is also called “the offshore installation vessel of the newest generation”. With her capacity to lift 5.000 Ts she will be able to lift the XXL monopiles yet to come.

The Les Alizés will be handling the installation of two offshore wind fields in the German North Sea. The first monopiles will be loaded in the upcoming days by our teams on behalf of Breakbulk & Offshore Wind Terminal. One of the teams already took a closer look at this impressive vessel and is ready for the load-out. From left to right you can see the following team members:

– Daniël Westerdijk – Rigger
– Corne Stoop – Crane operator
– Marco Vrijenhoek – Operations
– Henry van Kempen – Operations
– Pascal Hilgers – Operations
– Niels Kalis de Groot – Field Engineer

Good luck guys 💪

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