Bennett Offshore

ORCA 4500-WIND  Self Elevating Platform

The ORCA 4500-WIND self-propelled and self-elevating platform is designed for wind farm installations. It can carry two 6 MW wind turbines with a total weight of 2,400 MT, including towers, nacelles, hubs and all lifting equipment and support framing.

  • Wind farm installations
  • Auxiliary accommodations
  • Construction and maintenance of shallow water offshore platforms




















  • PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS
    LENGTH (excluding helideck and thrusters)77.9 m
    WIDTH44.0 m
    DEPTH7.0 m
    DESIGN DRAFT4.6 m
    LOAD LINE DISPLACEMENTapprox. 13,400 MT
    LEG LENGTH100.0 m
    LEG TYPEtruss
    MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH30.0 m
    CLEAR DECK AREAapprox. 1,300 m2
    BARE DECK VARIABLE LOAD *up to 4,500 MT
    OPERATING VARIABLE LOAD (afloat and elevated)2,700 MT
    * Bare deck variable load is the variable load the hull can support
       in the absence of any superstructure (living quarters, cranes,
       helideck, etc.)


    CLASSIFICATION
    A1, SELF-ELEVATING UNIT, AMS, ACCU, DP2


    PRIME MOVERS
    4 X 1900 kW DIESEL ENGINES
    1 X 608 kW EMERGENCY DIESEL ENGINE


    PROPULSION & POSITIONING
    3 X 1000 kW AZIMUTHING THRUSTERS
    3 X 600 kW TRANSVERSE BOW THRUSTERS


    CRANES
    600 MT TECHCRANE L1800 OR EQUIVALENT MAIN CRANE


    DESIGN TRANSIT SPEED
    6 KNOTS CALM SEA


    ACCOMMODATIONS
    120 PERSONS ON BOARD (in 1 & 2 person rooms)


    JACKING SYSTEM
    KEPPEL OTD500FV-B SYSTEM (electric)


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