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Boskalis Prepares to Set Sail with Monopiles for US Offshore Wind Projects

Boskalis, a global leader in maritime solutions, is gearing up for a significant contribution to the United States’ energy transition with its semi-submersible heavy transport vessels, Target and Triumph. These vessels are poised to embark on a voyage to the US East Coast, carrying four extra-large monopiles destined for offshore wind turbine installations.

The deployment of the T-class transport vessels signifies the commencement of Boskalis’ ambitious ‘US campaign,’ representing one of its most substantial offshore wind projects of the year. With a strategic fleet arrangement, including specialized vessels from Boskalis and local US counterparts, the company is set to undertake the transportation and installation of numerous wind turbine foundations and offshore substations in the region.

With the four XXL monopiles, essential components for offshore wind farms, will be installed utilizing Boskalis’ crane vessel, Bokalift 2, upon arrival at the designated site along the US East Coast. These structures serve as sturdy foundations for supporting wind turbines in the open sea, playing a crucial role in expanding renewable energy capacity and reducing carbon emissions.

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As the global demand for clean energy continues to rise, investments in offshore wind represent a pivotal step towards achieving sustainability goals and mitigating the impacts of climate change. Boskalis’ involvement in the US offshore wind sector reinforces its commitment to driving innovation and sustainability within the maritime industry.

With the departure of the Target and Triumph vessels, Boskalis embarks on a journey towards the future of renewable energy in the United States.

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