Designed and build by Baker Engineering Pte Ltd, Blue Titanium, was completed in Jan 2018. Blue Titanium is a state-of-the-art liftboat, equipped with a 300-tonne main crane and a 38.8-tonne auxiliary kingpost crane. A fast electric rack and pinion system and spud cans allows it to operate in water depths of up to 67 meters. A speedy transit and reliable DP2 system is made capable with the presence of 3 x aft azimuth thrusters rated at 1000 kW each, 1 x bow retractable azimuth thruster rated at 500 kW and 1 x bow tunnel thruster rated at 500 kW. All the reliable machineries onboard are powered by a diesel generator that is capable of providing 6.8 mW of power.
Crew accommodation is catered for 200 person with single, double and four man cabins made available.
Blue Titanium is classed by the American Bureau of Shipping to the notation of + A1, Self-Elevating Unit, AMS, ACCU, DPS-2, for Unrestricted Service, and is designed to MODU rules and regulations to operate in areas such as the Middle East, South East Asia, West Africa, Europe and other areas with similar environmental criteria.
More details on the specification can be found here.
Baker Engineering has commenced on the construction of a state-of-the-art Liftboat, the BEL320-4R200S Liftboat in our shipyards in Singapore.
The BEL320-4R200S is a DP2 self-propelling and self-elevating Liftboat with 320ft/97.5m of legs developed by BEL Design Pte. Ltd. a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Baker Engineering Pte. Ltd. The Liftboat is capable of elevated operations in water depths of up to 67m in the offshore oil & gas fields and offshore wind farms where installation, repair, construction, maintenance and workover activities require a safe and stable platform.
The 64m x 40m x 6.2m hull of the BEL320-4R200S Liftboat is elevated and lowered by means of a radial rack and pinion, electrically powered jacking system. This jacking system is capable of rapidly raising the hull clear of the water on its own four (4) cylindrical legs so as to provide a stable platform from which offshore installation, construction and maintenance work may be conducted.
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