Boskalis makes targeted investments to maintain or expand our strong market position. Over the past few years we have invested in the fleet across the breadth of the group. Furthermore, we have expanded our fleet for offshore transport and installation through the acquisition of SMIT, Dockwise, Fairmount and VBMS. We also design and convert our own vessels. These new vessels incorporate innovative technologies and meet the most stringent demands with respect to efficiency and energy consumption. We will continue to selectively invest in our fleet in line with our strategy.
Today and in the future
• In 2017 Boskalis will convert one of its semi-submersible heavy lift vessels into a self-propelled crane vessel, including a 3,000 mt revolving crane. It will be able to execute transportation as well as installation or decommissioning services. Due to its DP-2 capabilities there is no loss time for anchor spread deployment. The vessel can accommodate 149 persons and will have a helicopter deck available for offshore transfers. Expected delivery 2018. A sister vessel is also scheduled for conversion into a 3,000 ton crane vessel.
• Self-propelled megacutter Helios - Boskalis has designed and is building a new self-propelled mega cutter suction dredger, with a total installed power of 23,700 kW and a pump ashore capacity of 15,600 kW. Expected delivery 2017. A sister vessel for the Helios has been ordered, commissioning expected in 2020.
Recent fleet developments Dredging & Inland infra
Recent fleet developments Offshore Energy
Selection of equipment sheets
Bokalift 1 (F3000)
More about Boskalis
Fleet and equipment
Boskalis has an extensive and versatile fleet of around 900 vessels which can be deployed in the optimal configuration for each project.
Boskalis creates new horizons, executing an extensive range of dredging and marine projects in 90 countries and across six continents.
The Corporate Business Plan is formulated with a clear eye on the long-term megatrends that underpin the Boskalis business model.