Wärtsilä’s secures major order for high-end wind farm main installation vessel

MARINE INSIGHT | The technology group Wärtsilä’s experience and integration capabilities for wind farm service vessels has resulted in a broad scope of the company’s solutions being selected for a large wind farm main installation vessel (MIV). The ship is to be built at the CSBC shipyard in Taiwan for the joint-venture company CDWE (CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering) owned by CSBC and Belgium-based DEME Group. The order was placed in April.


The 216 metres long DP-3 MIV is the largest special vessel to be built at the CSBC yard for offshore wind farm applications. This high-end vessel, the ‘Green Jade’, will play a major role in developing the offshore wind farm business in both new and established markets, including Taiwan.


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