Layby at Rhenus in Rotterdam

Rhenus Logistics B.V.’s its terminals are located centrally in Rotterdam close to all the North Sea Offshore Wind Farms to be developed. The Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal is even the closest by terminal to the North Sea suitable to service the offshore industry. Both the Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal at the Maasvlakte as well as the Rhenus Waalhaven Terminal function as a service terminal for the offshore industry.

The Rhenus Waalhaven Terminal is suitable for mobilizations and demobilizations, reeling of cables, limited jacking of light jack-up vessels and long term laybys. The Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal offers the same services as the Waalhaven terminal but has the advantage of a deep draught and a heavy bearing floor suitable for offshore wind and decom projects as well as offshore yard for the long term storage of heavy equipment.

Below you can find examples of the many different offshore related vessels we have had layby at our terminals, coordinated by our Agency team.

Floating Production Storage and Offloading

Petrojarl 1

The Petrojarl 1 is a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) installation.

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Floating Production Storage and Offloading

Aoka Mizu

The Aoka Mizu is a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) installation operated by Bluewater.

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Semi- Submersible Crane and Pipelaying DP Vessel

Saipem 7000

The Semi- Submersible Crane and Pipelaying: Saipem 7000 is the second largest crane ship in the world.

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Subsea cable installation & trenching vessel

DEME Living Stone

DEME Living Stone is a subsea cable installation and trenching vessel equipped with two turntables below deck.

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Self-propelled-jack-up-vessels

Seajacks Zaratan

The Seajacks Zaratan is designed to operate in the harsh environment of the Southern North Sea.

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Heavy Lift vessel

Boskalis Bokalift 1

The Bokalift 1 has stayed several weeks at Rhenus Waalhaven for maintenance and preparations for a load test.

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Heavy Lift vessel

Heerema Aegir

In September 2018, Heerema’s Aegir installed the DOT wind turbine.

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DP II Heavy Lift Vessel

Scaldis Gulliver

Scaldis is ordered this ship with one eye on the further support and expansion of its services.

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Deepwater mining and fallpipe vessel

Jan de Nul Simon Stevin

Simon Stevin is a deepwater mining and fallpipe vessel with a load capacity of 33,500t of Belgian offshore and dredging company Jan de Nul.

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Dry Cargo (PM6) vessel

Medgar Evers at Rhenus Waalhaven

This month Rhenus Logistics B.V. had the 210m long USNS Medgar Evers alongside our Waalhaven quay for a layby berth for maintenance/repair work

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