Ørsted selects wind carrier Cadeler as supplier to German projects

Earlier this year, wind service operator Cadeler upgraded its two O-class vessels, and now its first post-upgrade assignment is in the bag.

Vessel Wind Osprey, which has been upgraded with new cranes. | Photo: cadeler

Denmark-based wind service operator Cadeler, formerly known as Swire Blue Ocean, has had wind in its sails during 2021 and now plots a course for the Baltic Sea, where the carrier has just been selected as preferred supplier to compatriot power company Ørsted's two forthcoming German offshore wind farms, Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3.

Vessel Wind Osprey will be handling installation of at least 48 11MW turbines for the two projects. Wind Osprey is one of Cadeler's two O-class ships, which were upgraded with new cranes earlier this year.

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