Seaway Yudin Enters New Waters With New Owner – Heavy Lift News
2 Feb 2024

Seaway Yudin Enters New Waters With New Owner

Yesterday, on Thursday 1st February, Seaway 7 said Bon Voyage to the vessel that started their heavy lifting operations, the heavy lift vessel Seaway Yudin formally known as the STANISLAV YUDIN until 2019.

The 38 year old Seaway Yudin will start its next project under new ownership. The new owners name has, as yet, not been released.

Since it was built in 1985, the vessel has earned an incredible lifting track record of more than 1 million tonnes of offshore structures (installed or removed), and its passport includes “stamps” from travels across all corners of the globe. Installing structures near Nova Zembla (Varandey), Venezuela, Malaysia, Middle East, India and the Black Sea, but also closer to home in the North Sea.

In 2009, Seaway Yudin led Seaway7’s way into offshore renewables with the successful installation of the Greater Gabbard monopile foundations and substation offshore the UK. Since then the vessel has contributed to the completion of over 20 renewables projects in the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark and Taiwan.



The Seaway Yudin is described on their website as: “… a versatile crane vessel comprising a fully revolving crane, with capacity ranging from 660t to 2,500t. The vessel can undertake the installation of large and heavy offshore structures in the offshore energy market. A recently added feature is the newly added 1,200t main hoist giving the feasibility to perform installation of jacket structures up to a height of 70m.”


Seaway Yudin (front left) with the stern of the Seaway Strashnov (right)





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