Robin Rigg Bathymetric Survey Complete

The Bathymetric Survey at the Robin Rigg Wind Farm is now complete and the 12 meter Catamaran ‘Norfolk Swift’ has demobilised from this site.

A general maintenance programme will continue with the transfer of technicians out to selected Turbines by Crew Transfer/ Secondary Work Vessels on a daily basis as and when required.

There are now 6 Crew Transfer / Secondary Work Vessels connected to this Wind Farm:

The EON Service Vessels ‘Solway Spirit’ and ‘Solway Challenger’ have been joined by ‘Rhoscolyn Head’, ‘Porth Wen’, ‘Porth Cadlan’ and ‘Lynas Point’ and a wide berth is requested around these vessels at all times while on site.

None of their work is expected to interfere with any other vessels and all work will be dependent on weather conditions.

Press Release; Image: Shipspotting

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