MiNO-designed 335 class vessel driving jacket piles at Block Island Wind Farm
MiNO - Designed 235 Class Vessel feeding wind turbine components to WTIV
Feedering for T&I as well as O&M repair capabilities.
Capable of self-loading & carrying two complete sets of the next-generation turbines during T&I while also (w/boom-extension) able to perform blade exchanges during O&M.
Design Speed of 12kts fully-laiden.
Utilizing a pair of SuperFeeders for a installation project strives to keep the critical-path on the parterning offshore-WTIV.
Providing all necessities to the partnering offshore-WTIV.
Designed to fully support the offshore-WTIV with refueling, stores, and personnel transfers (...in addition to feedering WTG components).
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