‘Brave Tern’ stretches its legs

The vessel is now capable of carrying four complete ‘multi megawatt’ turbines

Wind turbine installation vessel ‘Brave Tern’, owned by Norwegian Fred. Olsen Windcarrier, recently dominated the Rotterdam skyline. The 132-metre-long ship was jacked up to a height of about 70 metres to test its newly modified legs.

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