WATCH: Bokalift 1 Gets Huisman Crane

Huisman China installed, commissioned and tested the 3,000mt offshore mast crane on board Boskalis’ Bokalift 1 within 27 days.

The Bokalift 1 crane vessel was converted by Boskalis from a semi-submersible heavy lift vessel to a self-propelled DP2 crane vessel.

The main focus of the vessel will be the installation of jackets, topsides and offshore wind foundations as well as decommissioning projects.

The Bokalift 1 has left the Huisman China quayside on December 8, 2017 to set sail to the Netherlands.

The vessel can accommodate 150 persons and will have a helicopter deck available for offshore transfers. Delivery is expected at the beginning of 2018.

A sister vessel is also scheduled for conversion into a 3,000 ton crane vessel.

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