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Thialf, largest deepwater construction vessel (DCV), and is capable of a tandem lift of 14,200 t (15,600 short tons). The dual cranes provide for depth reach lowering capability as well as heavy lift capacity to set topsides. This multi-functional dynamic positioned DCV is tailored for the installation of foundations, moorings, SPARs, TLPs and integrated topsides, as well as pipelines and flowlines.
Length overall 201.6 m / 661 ft
Length of vessel 165.3 m / 542 ft
Width 88.4 m / 290 ft
Depth to workdeck 49.5 m / 162 ft
Draught 11.8-31.6 m / 43-104 ft
GRT 136,709 t
Accommodation / Helicopter Deck
The living quarters are equipped to accommodate 736 men. All quarters have heating and air conditioning facilities. The helicopter deck is suitable for a Boeing Chinook 234.
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