Tailored specifically for year-round construction of offshore wind farms, the Wärtsilä-IMS advanced jack-up crane vessel is designed to remain operational under harsh Northern European sea and wind conditions. This self-propelled jack-up crane vessel is capable of lifting up to 800 tons, while jacked up in water depths of up to 45 meters.
Delivered in 2007, the ‘Jeddah 41’ is a 37m Multi Purpose Escort Tug with a 58 tonnes bollard pull. It was designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design to perform escort service, towing and fire fighting. In addition to the design, Wärtsilä also delivered two Wärtsilä 9L20 main engines, and two Wärtsilä steerable thrusters.
The 'KV Barentshav', a Norwegian coast guard vessel, has been in operation since 2009. This Wärtsilä Ship Design, VS 794 CGV vessel, represents a new generation of environmental friendly coast guard vessels, and a major step towards the future of “green” naval vessels.
Delivered in 2009, the 318,000 dwt ‘Leonidas’ features a machinery installation incorporating a Wärtsilä 7RT-flex82T main engine with an output of 31,640 kW at 84 rpm.
The 'Libas', delivered 2004, is a combined purse seiner and trawler designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design for the future needs of the global pelagic fleet. The propulsion consists of one flexible mounted Wärtsilä 12V32 medium speed main engine driving a SCV95/2-PD58 gearbox with 1500 kW PTO/PTI, a booster and generator.
Wärtsilä Ship Design’s 80m maintenance/work vessel, the ‘C4687’, is of twin engine configuration with a fixed pitch propeller. It is designed and equipped for a wide range of maintenance work and related duties.
Delivered in 2008, the ‘MSC Poesia’, a cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises, is equipped with Wärtsilä V38B engines. She was built at the Aker Yards shipyard in St. Nazaire, France, and is a sister ship to the ‘MSC Musica’, the ‘MSC Orchestra’, and the ‘MSC Magnifica’.
The ‘Natchan Rera’ started service in 2007. Engine power from the vessel is converted to thrust using a newly designed waterjet, the LJX 1500 SRI, from Wärtsilä. The vessel sails at loaded speeds of approximately 40 knots. (photo courtesy of INCAT)
Wärtsilä has been contracted by Finland-based Arctia Offshore Oy to carry out modification work to two of the company’s vessels. The contract was signed in September 2011. The turnkey project involves the fitting of combined Wärtsilä NOx Reducer (NOR) and Oxidation Catalysts (OXI) to the MSV Fennica and MSV Nordica.
Delivered in 2004, the Offshore Construction Vessel 'Normand Installer' by Wärtsilä Ship Design is equipped with a complete Wärtsilä package including four diesel generating sets, two reduction gears, two controllable pitch propellers, HR nozzles, the propulsion controls, an advanced remote control system, four transverse thrusters and a retractable thruster.