CLV Nexans Aurora

All blocks assembled

All blocks assembled for Nexans Aurora

All the grand blocks for the Cable Laying Vessel (CLV) ‘Nexans Aurora’ have now been assembled at the hull yard, CRIST.

Work tasks such as some steel work, outfitting and paint work now need to be carried out before the hull can be towed to Ulstein Verft, Norway, for finalising.

Nexans Aurora is a DP3 cable laying vessel that will be outfitted for power cable laying, including bundle laying, jointing and repair, cable system protection and trenching.

The contract between Nexans and Ulstein Verft was annunced in July 2018. The hull construction started in February 2019. Designed by Skipsteknisk, the vessel is measuring a length of 149.9m and a beam of 31m.

Nexans Aurora is equipped with a large capacity cable handling spread including a 10,000t split turntable with dual product lay lines. The vessel also contains a dedicated enclosed cable splicing area offering a controlled environment for performance of all product splicing and termination work to the exact standard as performed in our factories. The vessel accommodates up to 90 persons.

 

PUBLISHED 28. APRIL 2020

CLV Nexans Aurora

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