New 88m CSOV delivered to Edda Wind

Sudri Enabler
Sudri Enabler

Offshore wind service support provider Edda Wind has taken delivery of a new commissioning service operation vessel (CSOV) from Spanish shipbuilder Gondan. Sudri Enabler belongs to the same series as Edda Breeze, which was handed over by Gondan in 2022.

Designed by Salt Ship Design, the vessel measures 88.3 by 19.7 metres and can house 97 technicians and 23 crewmembers. The onboard equipment includes a 3D-compensated crane, a motion-compensated offshore gangway, an integrated lift with a capacity of 26 people, and a helicopter deck.

The accommodation spaces include a galley, four offices, two conference rooms, a day room, a recreation room, and a medical bay. Also available onboard are a waste management system and rescue equipment.

Sudri Enabler will soon begin serving its first contract. The CSOV will be operated in support of an undisclosed EPCI company performing support tasks for the installation of submarine cable, which will bring clean and renewable energy to thousands of homes in Northern Europe.

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