The company said the ROV increases its service offering to support wind farm installation and maintenance projects throughout the lifecycle of subsea-related tasks.
The Seaeye Leopard’s technical features are said to enable greater workability and station keeping, opening wider operational weather windows, and thereby increasing project efficiency through reduced downtime.
Its design along with a compact launch and recovery spread, allows for fast mobilization and demobilization to and from a range of vessels without the need for extensive modifications to the deck to support the setup, the company said. The all-electric design combined with smaller host vessels helps reduce project CO2 emissions and lowers the overall project costs.
Simon Miller, general manager at Rovco said: “The system will be put to work straight away on offshore wind projects throughout the summer, and will bring great operational benefit and efficiency to our planned campaigns.”