Jifmar Boosting Renewables Capabilities | Subsea World News

Jifmar Offshore Services has called back its DP2 Eurocarrier Roxane Z after 3 years operating offshore West Africa to serve the renewable sector.

The vessel has recently sailed from Pointe Noire (Congo) to reach its first assignment in South East UK.

Roxane Z, together with Jifmar’s JIF Challenger and Anna B is specially designed for offshore operations.

With a draft of less than 3.5 meters, DP2 system, 4 points mooring and cranes, these vessels are said to be able to carry out a various range of duties from cable laying to ROV inspection, scouring remediation, UXO identification or diving support.

“With 3 DP2 multicats operating in Northern Europe this summer, Jifmar is strengthening its position in the renewable sector. Having worked on major projects over the past few months, we are sure that DP2 will become a standard even for shallow draft workboats operating on the offshore wind sector,” Foad Zahedi, managing director.

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