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Location: N EUROPE

JACK-UP BARGE ‘Typhoon 3000’ FOR CHARTER / DIMS 60 X 28M / 4 X 52M LEGS / PAYLOAD 3,000MT / semisub, ro-ro, piling & transport

Build Date:
2022, Ravestein Shipyard, Netherlands
Lloyds 100AN Self-Elevating Unit
Dims (L x B x D):
59.84 x 28m
Draught (m):
Leg Length ( L + Dia ):
4 x 52m legs
Deck Load (t/m2):
Payload (t):
Can be fitted with accom in containers
Can be fitted with crane up to 600 tlc
Hull type (monohull or modular):

Additional Information

‘Typhoon 3000’ ex ‘Skylift 28’ – Jackup barge with submerging function

Function: semisubmersible & transport, roll-on, roll-off, piling
Built: 2022, at Ravestein Container Pontoons, Netherlands
Class: Lloyds Register
Class notation: 100 AN, Self Elevating Unit, Unmanned Towage, Restricted Service Area 20nm Offshore, OMC

LOA: 59.84m, Beam: 28m

Legs / Jacking
Legs: 4 x 52m
Spuds in two sections: 15.7m + 35.7m

Jacking Stroke: 1.7m
Jacking speed (Platform up) : approx. 7.3 m/hr
Jacking speed (Platform down) : approx. 8.5 m/hr
Jacking speed (legs up/ down) : approx. 20.4 m/hr

Max water depth: 36.2m (subject to soil and environmental conditions)

Water height above deck in submerged state : 8.00m

Operating and survival conditions are available on request.

Typhoon 3000 is a unique design of semi-submersible jackup. She can be used for the following purposes (list is, of course, not exclusive!):-

–   Launching of small newbuilding vessels from quayside in confined basin
–   Drydocking of small vessels in remote areas
–   Roll-on, transport and float-off of precaste floating elements (this approach has been used with dockgates etc)
–   Piling works with crane of upto 600 tonnes

DSB Offshore can offer this jackup barge ex South Coast U.K. and can be offered for work in N. Europe, Continent and W. Med region.

Please contact our office with enquiries / for charter rate ideas.

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