The offshore wind industry requires vessels that can take on the construction of offshore wind farms now and in the future. They require innovation and smart solutions to support next-generation offshore wind technologies. At C-Job, we’re one step ahead. We develop algorithms to design beyond human capabilities, apply big data to lower the total cost of ownership, and use future technologies to help our clients build better ships.

C-Job x Ampelmann | Offshore Wind Feeder Vessel

C-Job Naval Architects and Ampelmann have together created an offshore wind feeder vessel with motion compensation technology. The offshore wind feeder is a unique solution to support the construction and logistics of offshore wind farms. The Ampelmann motion compensator maximizes workability and allows for safe lifting of the components even in adverse weather.

The wind feeder vessel was designed specifically for the American offshore industry to support ambitious plans to grow the installed offshore wind power. The offshore wind feeder is able to deliver components from shore to the local wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV). With two or more vessels per project, allows the WTIV to focus on the installation of the turbines and ensures operations can continue at all times.


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Product specifications
103.5 m
23.8 m
5.5 m
Sailing speed
13 knots
20 crew + 12 passengers
Workability Ampelmann system
up to 2.5 m Hs
Additional features

DEME | ‘Orion’

The ‘Orion’ is the first purpose-built floating monohulled vessel and will speed up installation of offshore wind parks considerably. C-Job and DEME, in close collaboration, developed the concept design of the floating DP3 offshore installation vessel and delivered the basic design package of the vessel to COSCO shipyard in China where the vessel was built. Besides the concept design and basic design C-Job was involved in the integration design of the major mission equipment.

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Product specifications
216.5 m
49.0 m
16.8 m
Crane capacity
5,000 tons
Total installed power
44,180 kW (dual fuel)
Pay load (max)
30,000 tons
Free deck area
8,000 m2
Operating draft (max)
11.0 m
160 (to max 239) persons

GMS | E-Class & S-Class Jack-Up Barges

C-Job Naval Architects supported the basic design and realized the full detail design of the S-class jack-up for Gulf Marine Services. Thanks to increased overall quality and project deliverables, considerable savings were realized during construction.

Following the successful conclusion of the S-class engineering, Gulf Marine Services assigned C-Job a similar scope of engineering of the 2nd series E-class.

Neptune | AHTSV

C-Job created a concept design of an anchor handler tug supply vessel for Neptune Shipyards.

Product specifications
92.5 m
19.5 m
Deck load
7 ton / m2
Bollard pull
120 ton
Additional features

Van Oord | ‘Stingray’

C-Job performed the basic and detail design of multiple modifications for the pipe laying vessel ‘Stingray’.