Offshore Wind

Established in Orkney and being pivotal to the success of Scottish marine renewables, Leask Marine now have an additional base in Wales, supporting and providing quality services to the Northern European offshore wind far sector.

Leask Marine’s multicats and their crews are all audited for competence, training, safety, environmental and legislative standards. All are also IMCA CMID and OCIMF OVID certified.

Leask Marine takes an active role in offering an established range of services that are attractive and sustainable to the offshore wind farm sector supply chain in assisting to drive down operating costs.

Leask Marine’s expertise has been used in supporting a number of key projects on offshore wind farms across Northern Europe.

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East Anglia THREE Offshore Wind Farm East Anglia THREE Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Dutch Marine Contractors for Fugro Norway AS project works at East Anglia THREE Offshore Wind Farm, which is owned and run by ScottishPower Renewables (Iberdrola Renovables Energia SA).

The Leask Marine vessel the MV C-Fenna was contracted for Fugro Norway AS and Scottish Power Renewables for the Recovery & Deployment of a large Wind Lidar buoy in East Anglia 3 Offshore Wind Farm.

Borssele 1 and 2 Offshore Wind Farm Borssele 1 and 2 Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Fugro GB Marine Ltd for project works at Borssele 1 and 2 Offshore Wind Farm, which is owned and run by Ørsted (Formally DONG Energy).

The Leask Marine vessel the MV C-Fenna was contracted for the deployment of 10 x seabed frames/buoys plus grab samples at each location across the Borssele 1 and 2 Offshore Wind Farm, in the Netherlands.

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Multraship Towage & Salvage for project works at Borssele 1 and 2 Offshore Wind Farm, which is owned and run by Ørsted (Formally DONG Energy).

The Leask Marine vessel the MV C-Fenna was contracted loading a wavescan buoy at Flushing, sailing out to Borsele OWF, and placing in the exact position determined by the client.

Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Deepocean 1 UK Ltd for project works at Walney Offshore Wind Farm extension project which is owned and run by Ørsted (Formally DONG Energy).

Leask Marine’s MV C-Fenna team were on Anchor Handling and tow assist for the Maersk Connector, that was on long term charter to DeepOcean 1 UK Ltd supporting offshore renewable power transmission projects.

This project was specifically on the Walney Offshore Wind Farm extension project that is located in the Irish Sea 19km off the Walney Coast in Cumbria and covers an area of 145km².

Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Mojo Maritime for project works at Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm which is owned and run by Ørsted (Formally DONG Energy).

The project required the Leask Marine vessel MV C-Odyssey to perform anchor transportation from Ardrossen to Liverpool and then anchor handling operations in the wind form.

West of Duddon Sands Offshore Windfarm West of Duddon Sands Offshore Windfarm

Leask Marine’s C-Fenna successfully completed supporting Irish Sea Contractors who were performing subsea cable inspections in the West of Duddon Sands Offshore Windfarm. The West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind farm is a joint venture between DONG Energy and ScottishPower Renewables.

The Wind Farm is located approximately 14km from the nearest coast off Walney Island, Cumbria and covers an area of approximately 66km2. The wind farm comprises of 108 wind turbine generators, each with a capacity of 3.6MW giving a total capacity of 389MW. Each wind turbine generator is connected by submarine cables to an offshore substation inside the wind farm and from there via two 155kV submarine cables to the shore, by way of a landfall near Middleton in Lancashire, and National Grid transmission system.

Rampion Offshore Wind Farm Rampion Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Seatech Commercial Diving Services Ltd for project works at Rampion Offshore Wind Farm extension project which is owned and run by E-ON.

The Leask Marine vessel the MV C-Fenna was used as a Dive Support Vessel for maintenance operations and assisting a fibre optic cable installation. Seatech chartered the MV C-Fenna and other equipment for their dive support operations for their client Global Marine Group on the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, where both teams are working out of Shoreham by Sea.

European Offshore Wind Development Centre European Offshore Wind Development Centre

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Caledonian Towage on behalf of their client Babcock International for the deployment of a large Lidor buoy on the proposed site of The European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC), Scotland’s largest offshore wind test and demonstration facility which is being developed by Vattenfall-owned Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm Limited.

Leask Marine loaded the Lidor buoy at Nigg Energy Park and transported and deployed it off Aberdeen as the specified position.

Baltic 1 Offshore Wind Farm Baltic 1 Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Offshore Projects Unique Solutions (OPUS) Marine GmbH to support their operations from Rostock, Germany, with the MV C-Odyssey performing anchor handling support activities for the MV Valdemat.

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Baltic Taucherei- und Bergungsbetrieb Rostock GmbH to support their operations with Leask marine’s MV C-Odyssey acting as a Diving Support Vessel for their diving operations in the Baltic 1 Offshore Wind Farm.

Baltic 2 Offshore Wind Farm Baltic 2 Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Dalby Offshore Services to support their managed accommodation barge the ‘ASV Pioneer’ is assisting in splicing cable works on the Baltic 2 Windfarm on behalf of their client Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH. Leask Marine’s MV C-Odyssey works included towage and anchor handling for the ASV Pioneer.

The MV C-Odyssey returned later in the year to Dalby Offshore services in supporting the ASV Pioneer as she departed Rostock under tow of the tugs including the MV C-Odyssey to return to the Baltic 2 wind farm to support a 2nd cable splice for their client NSW. This operation was closer to shore than the previous one and in shallower waters of about 7 metres depth.

Statoil Hywind Scotland Offshore Floating Wind Pilot Park Statoil Hywind Scotland Offshore Floating Wind Pilot Park

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Metocean Services International (pty) Ltd for project works in Hywind SCOTLAND pilot park (uk), off Aberdeenshire.

Metocean Services International (pty) Ltd required Leask Marine’s vessel the MV C-Odyssey for an instrumentation deployment & recovery program ahead of Statoil world’s first floating wind farm build.

Partrac Ltd also required Leask Marine’s vessel the MV C-Odyssey to perform Wavebuoy deployment works on site ahead of build operations.

Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm

Leask Marine’s C-Fenna & C-Odyssey recently completed multiple Buoy Recovery & Redeployment works for Sealite United Kingdom Ltd located in and around the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm.

Leask Marine were contracted to provide the marine services associated with the recovery of the TRIDENT-3000 and Waverider buoys to deck where Sealite personnel carried out essential maintenance activities on the buoy’s before the vessel crew redeployed them on site. The water depths at the locations of the buoy’s was approximately 60m.

Moray offshore renewables ltd (MORL) Moray offshore renewables ltd (MORL)

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Drace Infraestructures S.A. for project works in Moray Firth Offshore Renewables Limited (MORL)

Drace Infrastructures UK required Leask Marine’s vessel the MV C-Odyssey to perform anchor handling, towing and mooring handling operations for the Barge Jan while working on the company’s meteorological offshore mast structure in the Moray Firth. The 4no. 5tonne anchors were positioned and moved as required during operations.

Drace Infrastructures UK also required Leask Marine’s vessel the MV C-Odyssey to perform the recovery of a lattice structure from the seabed at the base of the met mast foundation to their deck and return it to land. The vessel deployed 3no. 2 tonnes anchors in order for the vessel to hold in location for operations. The met mast measures wind conditions at the site ahead of the construction of the wind farms.

Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL)

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Drace Infraestructures S.A. for project works in Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) which is 100% owned by Red Rock Power.

The Rock bag deployment project required the Leask Marine vessel MV C-Odyssey to perform the deployment of 20no. 8 tonne rock bags surrounding the base of the Metrological Mast Installation Foundation in 47metres of water. The Vessel was on a 3-point mooring, anchors with 2no. 3tonnes anchors and 1no. 24 tonnes clump weight anchor system which was deployed in order for the vessel to hold in location for operations.

Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm

Leask Marine Ltd were contracted by Mojo Maritime for project works at Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm.

The project required the Leask Marine vessel MV C-Odyssey to deploy a large Lidor buoy at a fixed position within the wind farm.

Our clients find that using Leask Marine’s multi-worker style vessels and operational hire equipment ensure excellent working platforms for a large range of working activities at a competitive rate. Leask has a great story to tell in this exciting supply chain, having already experience many success stories on operations, maintenance, array cables and substation project works in particular.

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