Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 22 June 2018
Luxembourg-flagged, MMSI 253366000 and call sign LXVT. Earlier Germany-flagged, homeport Hamburg, Germany, IMO 9655315, MMSI 218657000 and call sign DDWP2. Laid down by Crist, Gdingen Poland with yard number NB130 on 22 December 2011, launched in 28 August 2013 and baptized on 12 December 2013. Originally owned and managed by Hochtief Solutions, Essen, Germany as the Vidar. Now property of the Belgian firm Jan de Nul since 2015. Speed 10,2 (service)-12 maximum) knots. Four legs suitable to a depth of 50 metres, with a length of 90 metres and a diameter of 4,8 metres, Horsepower 32.621hp/24.000kW. Four Schottel-propeller gondola’s. Gross tonnage 18.886 tons, net tonnage 5.665 tons, displacement 8265 ton and as dimensions 133,22 (between perpendiculars)-140,29 (over all) x 41,24 x 6,60 (maximum) x 9,50 (height sides) metres. metres. Ex-Vidar renamed 2016. Accommodation for 90 men.