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Survey - Berwick Bank and Marr Bank Wind Farm



SSE Renewables will be returning to the Berwick Bank Wind Farm and Marr Bank Wind Farm proposed export cable corridor areas to undertake a Geophysical survey of the area. Using the MV Silver Sky call sign: ZQNS2 from 5th December until End December 2020.


The survey will be within the proposed Berwick Bank and Marr Bank wind farm export cable corridor boundaries It should be noted that SSE Renewables are not expecting fishermen to relocate gear - on this occasion the vessels will work around any gear on location. An escort/support vessel will operate at the same time as the survey vessel to ensure that this can be achieved.

The survey work is being undertaken by XOCEAN Ltd. and will be conducted from an unmanned surface vessel (USV). The escort/support vessel will be the MV Silver Sky call sign: ZQNS2.

 

Survey Duration The surveys will not mobilise before the 5th December 2020. The expected completion for this first phase of the geophysical survey will be by the end of December 2020, weather permitting, and therefore there may be the potential for an extension to the work duration. There is also a second phase being planned for Spring 2021.

Survey Tasks The USV survey is designed to investigate a potential landfall area in the vicinity of Skateraw and along the proposed export cable corridor towards the Berwick Bank and Marr Bank Wind Farms.

The survey will acquire accurate bathymetry data using Multibeam Echo Sounder (MBES) in order to determine site topography. Additionally, it is designed to gather high-resolution sub-bottom profiler (SBP) data to determine the shallow sub-surface soil conditions that may influence the opportunities for cable burial in the area.

It is expected that the survey, once started, will take less than a week to complete.

The MV Silver Sky call sign: ZQNS2 will be on call to assist in any support function that is required during the survey period.

The survey area is defined by the following WGS84 coordinates in Table 1, which provide the maximum extent of the survey (with the nearshore extent being bounded by the coast):

 

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Lidar Deployment - East Anglia Two Wind Farm



SeaWatch LiDAR Buoy (SWLB) has now been redeployed at the East Anglia TWO wind farm site. The SWLB is a sea state measurement instrument. The buoy has been recovered from site leaving some mooring components and the anchor weight on the seabed.


The equipment was deployed by the vessel Afon Wen on 28 November 2020. Grappling operations were also conducted on site and the majority of an old mooring remaining on the site were recovered from the location; the only remaining items on the seabed are an anchor weight, a short length of chain and approximately 10 m of dyneema rope. No further scheduled maintenance is planned on this project, although unforeseen maintenance may be required.

The mooring design is specific to each SWLB deployment and location. The equipment is moored through a combination of steel chains, rope and rubber cord to approximately 2250 kg anchor weight at the seabed.

The equipment is deployed within the East Anglia TWO wind farm array limits and will be deployed for approximately twelve months from July 2020.

 

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Survey - Eastern HVDC Cable Torness to Hawthorn Pit



SSEN, National Grid and ST has contracted Fugro GM Marine Limited to carry out a Geophysical and Geotechnical site investigation located between Torness and Hawthorn Pit, United Kingdom, in the southern North Sea for the proposed Eastern HVDC Link site.


Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN) as the Transmission Owner (TO) for northern Scotland, SP Transmission plc (SPT) as the TO for the central belt and south of Scotland, and National Grid Electricity Transmission plc (‘National Grid’) as the TO for England and Wales, are working together to develop the two links.

 

The Torness to Hawthorn Pit link will be jointly developed by SPT and National Grid. The link between Peterhead and Drax will be jointly developed by SSEN and National Grid. SSEN, National Grid and ST has contracted Fugro GM Marine Limited (Fugro) to carry out a Geophysical and Geotechnical site investigation located between Torness and Hawthorn Pit, United Kingdom, in the southern North Sea for the proposed Eastern HVDC Link site.

 

This Notice to Mariners will be updated and reissued periodically as additional vessels are planned to come on site. For operations in 2020, current planning indicates a single vessel being on site until early January 2021. It should be noted these dates are subject to change and the total number of vessels could increase.

 

Offshore Geophysical Survey - (>15m LAT)  Fugro Venturer Call Sign: C6CG3

Offshore Geophysical operations at the Eastern HVDC Link site are being carried out from the Fugro Venturer from the 21st October until on or around the 19th December 2020. The works are  expected to commence at Seaham and the vessel then transit the entire route in a series of passes.  Please note that the exact finish date will be dependent on the prevailing weather conditions and work progress, and therefore subject to change.  

As the Fugro Venturer will be towing survey equipment the vessel will require large turning circles therefore it is requested that all vessels operating within this area keep their distance, maintaining at least the 1,000 m exclusion including in the survey area buffer (coordinates above), and pass at minimum speed to reduce vessel wash.

 

Survey operations will be conducted on a 24 hour basis.

 

 

 

 

Offshore Geotechnical Survey - (>15m LAT)  Fugro Venturer Call Sign: C6CG3

Offshore Geotechnical operations at the Eastern HVDC Link site are expected to be carried out from the Fugro Venturer from the 8th November for approximately 4 weeks. Please note that the exact start and finish date will be dependent on the prevailing weather conditions and work progress.

As the Fugro Venturer will be towing survey equipment the vessel will require large turning circles therefore it is requested that all vessels operating within this area keep their distance, maintaining at least the 1,000 m exclusion including in the survey area buffer (coordinates above), and pass at minimum speed to reduce vessel wash.

 

Offshore Geotechnical operations at the Eastern HVDC Link site are being carried out from the Fugro Venturer until on or around the 10th January 2021.

 

Please note that the exact finish date will be dependent on the prevailing weather conditions and work progress.

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Export Cable Installation - Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm



Please be advised that associated vessels will be carrying out Cable Installation operations in the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm export cable corridor.


A 1500m clearance zone needs to be maintained around the main vessel.

 

During this period, the cable installation vessels will utilise pre-defined areas along the export cable route for temporary storage of anchors as detailed in the following of coordinates.  All wet stored anchors are expected to be visible on the waterline with the support of a buoy arrangement complete with white flashing marker light. Mariners should therefore be advised to avoid entering these areas, and where possible, give the area a wide berth.

 

The vessel 'Rockpiper' is expected on site on or around the 01st October 2020 to commence rock placement operations. Guard vessels 'Glomar Arctic' and 'Glomar Advantage' will be employed to support export cable installation operation.

 

Near Shore Anderby Creek Wet Stowage 1

Ref:

Latitude:

Longitude:

1

53’ 16.41 N

000’ 20.28 E

2

53’ 16.43 N

000’ 20.55 E

3

53’ 16.28 N

000’ 20.30 E

4

53’ 16.30 N

000’ 20.56 E

 

Offshore Wet Stowage 2

Ref:

Latitude:

Longitude:

1

53’ 18.85 N

000’ 25.90 E

2

53’ 18.80 N

000’ 26.10 E

3

53’ 18.25 N

000’ 25.60 E

4

53’ 18.20 N

000’ 25.80 E

 

Offshore Wet Stowage 3

Ref:

Latitude:

Longitude:

1

53’ 20.56 N

000’ 43.93 E

2

53’ 20.73 N

000’ 43.68 E

3

53’ 21.16 N

000’ 44.48 E

4

53’ 21.00 N

000’ 44.73 E

 

Offshore Wet Stowage 4

Ref:

Latitude:

Longitude:

1

53’ 25.55 N

000’ 50.20 E

2

53’ 25.65 N

000’ 49.91 E

3

53’ 26.23 N

000’ 50.60 E

4

53’ 26.13 N

000’ 50.86 E

 

During operations all vessels will be contactable on VHF Ch16. For up to date information, contact the guard vessel 'Sorrento' on marine VHF CH16 and Ch10.

 

Operational vessels and their details are as follows:

 

Vessel Name Vessel Type Call Sign MMSI Number IMO Operating Port Commence Date

Glomar Arctic

Guard Vessel

HO9083

371278000

8711473 Den Helder 05/06/2020

Glomar Advance

Guard Vessel

HO5178

370048000

8205814 Den Helder 25/06/2020
Rockpiper Rock Placement Vessel 5BML3 209449000 9583861 Jelsa 01/10/2020

 

For further information: Lee Cornwall, Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, Tel: +44 (0) 7384 807293, email: l.cornwell@tritonknoll.co.uk

Triton Knoll Marine Coordination Centre, Mob Tel: +44 (0) 7384 807528, Tel: 0045 8213 6219, Email: tkmcc@smchse.com

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Nearshore Duct Preparation Scope - Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm



Boskalis and Triton Knoll would like to inform mariners that the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm – Nearshore Duct Preparations in the Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm Project Area.


The Voe Vanguard will be carrying out Nearshore Duct Preparations Works at the Triton Knoll OWF development for approximately 2 weeks, with works due to commence on or around the 14th May 2020.  The Support Vessel 'CRC Voyager' will commute to and from the works area, from Grimsby.

 

During operations, the Voe Vanguard can be contacted on VHF channel 16 throughout.

 

A 500 metre clearance should be maintained around the following works vessels.

 

Main Vessel: Voe Vanguard - MBEN9

Support Vessel: CRC Voyager -  MBZZ7

 

For further project information, please contact Lee Cornwell (Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm); Tel: +44 (0) 7384 807293; Email: l.cornwell@tritonknoll.co.uk

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Construction of Wind Farm (Triton Knoll)



Activities are continuing related to the development of the Triton Knoll wind farm. For background information visit: http://www.tritonknoll.co.uk/


Mariners are advised of the offshore construction status at the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm:

 

Operating predominantly within the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Array.  Activities include, Crew Transfer Operations, Commissioning of Offshore Sub Stations & Secondary Works on Offshore Foundations.

 

Vessel Name

Type

Call Sign

MMSI

IMO

Operating Port

Commence Date

Seacat Intrepid

Crew Transfer

2HWU6

235107284

N/A

Grimsby

02/01/2020

Esvagt Froude

Service Operations Vessel

OWWN2

219590000

9703461

Grimsby

02/02/2020

Esvagt Wind 1

High Speed Craft

XPE6305

219019815

N/A

Esvagt Froude

02/02/2020

Seacat Courageous

Crew Transfer Vessel

2IDC8

235108711

N/A

Grimsby

25/04/2020

Seacat Magic Crew Transfer Vessel 2JDI2 235114973 N/A Grimsby  

 

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Application of Triton Knoll Wind Farm Safety Zones During Construction

The Secretary of State has granted the Application of Safety Zones on the Triton Knoll Wind Farm Project as follows:

  • 500m “rolling” safety zones around any structure where construction is being undertaken (as indicated by the presence of construction vessels).
  • 50m pre-commissioning safety zones surrounding partial structures or completed structures prior to commissioning.

 

Demarcation Buoys

Partrac Ltd have deployed x12 Demarcation Buoys and x2 Metocean Buoy at the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm (TKOWF) to mark the perimeter of the TKOWF site boundaries.

 

Vessels are requested to leave a wide berth during the installation operations. The buoys will be deployed for a period of two years, and all equipment will be removed at the end of the installation.

 

Buoy

Structure

Latitude

Longitude

Individual Specification

TK01

South Cardinal

53°24.054'N

000°57.935'E

Pillar shaped with a south cardinal shaped top mark, exhibiting a Q (6) + L Fl 15s light character (5 nm nominal light range)  RECOVERED

TK02

Special Mark

53°24.568'N

000°54.433'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK03

Special Mark

53°26.132'N

000°50.008'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK04

Special Mark

53°27.457'N

000°45.927'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK05

South Cardinal

53°28.859'N

000°41.181'E

Pillar shaped with a south cardinal shaped top mark, exhibiting a VQ (6) + L Fl 10s light character (5 nm nominal light range)   RECOVERED

TK06

Special Mark

53°30.807'N

000°41.826'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK07

North Cardinal

53°32.196'N

000°44.248'E

Pillar shaped with a north cardinal shaped top mark, exhibiting a Very Quick (VQ) light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK08

Special Mark

53°32.444'N

000°47.678'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range

TK09

North Cardinal

53°32.428'N

000°52.040'E

Pillar shaped with a north cardinal shaped top mark, exhibiting a Q light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK10

Special Mark

53°29.595'N

000°55.306'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5 second (s) light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK11

Special Mark

53°26.979'N

000°57.974'E

Pillar shaped with a yellow ‘x’ shaped top mark, exhibiting a Fl Y 5s light character (5 nm nominal light range)

TK12

East Cardinal

53°24.368'N

001°00.228'E

Pillar shaped with an east cardinal shaped top mark, exhibiting a Q (3) 10s light character (5nm nominal light range)

TK13

Metocean Buoy

53°26.002'N

000°55.091'E

Triaxys metocean wave and current buoy (South) exhibiting a Fl (5) Y 20s light character (3 nm nominal light range)

TK14

Metocean Buoy

53°30.581'N

000°47.944'E

Triaxys metocean wave and current buoy (North) exhibiting a Fl (5) Y 20s light character (3 nm nominal light range)

 

Mariners are advised that all foundations monopiles have been installed and all inter-array and export cables have been installed and buried.

 

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Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm - HDD Marine Works



Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm Limited (NnGOWL) have commenced the horizontal directional drill (HDD) campaign from the landfall location at Thorntonloch.


 In order for the onshore and offshore transmission cables to be connected, two horizontal directional drills approximately 750 metres in length, will pass underneath the beach.

 

The majority of works are completed from an onshore location, in a field immediately to the south of Thornton Burn. Some supporting marine works are required to prepare the seabed in the nearshore area of Thorntonloch Beach. Mariners are advised that the associated marine works will commence on 2nd December 2020, at the earliest.

A team of divers supported by two vessels, the Teal of Wick (ZQXM9) and Shuna (VQBP3), will carry out seabed preparation of two small sub-tidal exit pits of up to 10m2, one for each drill hole to emerge from. Each exit pit will be marked temporarily by a surface marker buoy. The as-laid position of these marker buoys will be notified once installed.

The team of divers will be working from the Teal of Wick, Shuna will be supporting the works and undertaking guard vessel duties.

 

Area of Operations Mariners are advised that both the Teal of Wick and Shuna will be mobilised from Eyemouth to work within the nearshore area of the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) Export Cable Corridor.

 

Schedule The work will be undertaken in two phases, one for each cable, between early December 2020 and mid-March 2021. The works are due to commence 2nd December 2020 at the earliest, and each phase is expected to last up to three weeks, weather dependant. It is anticipated that the works will be completed by mid-March, weather dependent.

The first phase will take place between 2nd December 2020 to 22nd December 2020, weather permitting. It is currently anticipated that the second phase will take place between mid-February 2021 and mid-March.

Weather permitting and during daylight hours, construction works will be carried out on a continuous basis (i.e. 12-hour working, seven days a week), unless notified otherwise.

 

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Construction of wind farm - Moray East



Due to the construction of the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm, there are several elements to this notice - safety zones; construction schedule; and buoy positions.


For background information about Moray East, please visit: www.morayoffshore.com/moray-east

 

Safety Zones

Please be advised that the Scottish Ministers have authorised the use of the safety zones during construction and operation of the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm as detailed below.

 

During construction

  • A 500 metre radius around each WTG and OSP where construction works are taking place that include sensitive activities being undertaken by vessels RAM. A maximum of three of such zones is permitted at any one time. 
  • A 50 metre radius around partially completed WTGs and OSPs where work is not underway and the risk assessments identify a need. 
  • A 50 metre radius around each completed WTG and OSP prior to commissioning and as required by a risk assessment process. 

During major maintenance

  • A 500 metre radius around all major maintenance works being undertaken around the WTGs and OSPs. No more than one major maintenance zone is permitted at any one time.

Construction Activities

It is currently anticipated that weather permitting offshore construction works will be carried out on a continuous basis (i.e. 24 hour working, seven days a week) unless notified otherwise.

 

Please be aware that by virtue of its mode of operation and the equipment deployed, construction vessels listed in the table below may be Restricted in their Ability to Manoeuvre as defined under COLREGS (International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, Rule 3). Masters of vessels are therefore requested to maintain their vessels and gears at a minimum safe distance from these vessels of 500 metres when they are undertaking it work and showing the appropriate shapes and lights.  Further Notice to Mariners will be issued as construction progresses.

 

 

Company,

Vessel &

Call Sign

Survey Area

Survey Area

Start Timeframe & Duration

GV Replenish

MASY7

As above

As above

1st May 2019 for approximately 34 months

GV BOUNTIFUL

MJLF4

As above

As above

30th April 2020 for approximately 20 months

Seajack Scylla

3FSA3

As above

As above

29th June 2020 for approximately 12 months

Boa Sub C

LAGE8

As above As above 21st June 2020 for approximately 6 months

Windcat17

2BYD

As above As above 9th August 2020 for approximately 2 months

Windcat19

As above As above 20th August 2020 Until further notice

 

     

 

     

Windcat 6

MXFD

As above As above from September 23rd 2020 onwards

GXS Viking

2EKH5

As above As above  

GV Kinnaird 

GHNE

As above

As above

from 16th July 2020 onwards

 

     

GMS Endeavour

3UG6

As above As above 20th August 2020 onwards

 

     

Normand Energy

MBEN9

As above As above 23rd September 2020 onwards
Patriot As above As above 28th October Onwards
World Camila As above As above 1st October 2020 onwards
Living Stone As above As above 1st October 2020 onwards
Deep Cygnus As above As above 1st October 2020 onwards
Grand Canyon 3 As above As above 1st Dec 2020 onwards

Windcat 17

2BYD5

As above As above from July 23rd 2020 onwards
Siem Barracuda As above As above From 11th Nov onwards
Ndeavor As above As above From 24th November 2020 onwards

 

 

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Deployment of Buoy - Blyth Met Mast



Fugro have deployed a SeaWatch LiDAR Buoy (SWLB); this is a sea state measurement instrument (referred to as ‘the equipment’). The deployment location is within the UK Sector of the North Sea off the coast of Blyth, Northumberland


The equipment is deployed close to the Blyth Met Mast as part of a validation study within the existing met mast 250 m consent zone and will be deployed for approximately one month.

Scheduled maintenance is not planned due to the short deployment duration, but unforeseen maintenance may be required.

The equipment is moored through a combination of steel chains, rope and rubber cord to approximately 2250 kg anchor weight at the seabed.

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Cable Survey - Caithness-Moray HVDC



Mariners are advised that a Geophysical survey will be undertaken within the 50m corridor. The survey work will be carried out by MMT using the vessel M/V Topaz Tiamat Call Sign: V7A2125 from 1st December for 7 Days


During this survey the vessel will be deploying underwater survey equipment and at such times the survey vessel may have restricted ability to manoeuvre. Vessels are requested to pass at a safe speed and distance.

 

Project Description

This Caithness-Moray HVDC Cable Survey is geophysical survey performed on behalf of SHET, the route is approximately 110km long between Portgordon and Noss Head landfalls.

 

Survey task

A detailed Geophysical survey will be carried out within the survey area as detailed on the enclosed chart. The survey work will include work-class ROV operations equipped with Multibeam ecosounder, Side Scan Sonar and High Definition Cameras. At a number of selected locations along the route, cable-tracking equipment is to be used in the end of the campaign.

 

Please be aware that by virtue of its mode of operation the Topaz Tiamat will be Restricted in her Ability to Manoeuvre as defined under International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, Rule 3. Masters of vessels are therefore requested to maintain their vessels and gears at a minimum safe distance from the vessel of 500 metres when it is undertaking work and showing the appropriate shapes and lights in accordance with COLREGs Rule 18.

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Beach Survey - Hornsea Project Four



Orsted Hornsea Project Four Limited will be carrying out beach based geophysical surveys between December 2020 and January 2021 for the purposes of geological investigation of the cable landing for the proposed Hornsea Four Offshore Wind Farm.


Activities will take place in the Hornsea Four landfall area. The extent of the area in which the survey will be conducted is shown in the map overleaf. Survey personnel and equipment will arrive and undertake works from an all-terrain vehicle on the beach.

 

The operations are planned to commence in December 2020 or January 2021 and last approximately 3-4 weeks. The exact survey dates are dependent on weather and work progress.

Survey technicians will access the beach with an all-terrain vehicle(s) and the beach area will be surveyed by technicians on foot with handheld geophysical survey equipment.

The beach will remain open to the public and every effort will be made to ensure that the survey does not inhibit existing beach use.

 

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Met Mast Decluttering & decommissioning works - Moray Offshore Windfarm (East)



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) will be carrying out some De Cluttering and survey works on the Met Mast using support vessel Windcat 6 from the 24th of November with expected completion being 09th December


Met Mast De-cluttering and Decommissioning Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) will be carrying out Decommissioning and removal of the met mast steel lattice tower and subsea cut of the monopile circa 24/11/2020 for approximately 14 days not inclusive of weather downtime. Personnel and equipment for these works will be based initially on the JUV GMS Endeavour (Figure 1) for decluttering, once the tower structure is demobilised the transition piece and lower section of the monopile will be removed by the Salina (Figure 2). The Selina will be assisted by KML Sarah Grey and KML Severn Sea (Figure 3 & Figure 4). Windcat 6 (Figure 6) will be used for safety purposes providing over the side cover whilst the lattice tower is disassembled by rope access teams. On completion of the works there will be an underwater obstruction to navigation comprising the concrete caisson and lower section of the monopile. A special mark buoy will be deployed to mark the obstruction and a further NTM will be issued once the buoy is installed with its position. The location of the Met Mast where the decommissioning works will take place is depicted in Figure 8.

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Marine Traffic Survey - Erebus Floating Offshore Wind Farm



A marine vessel traffic survey is due to be undertaken of the proposed Erebus Floating Offshore Wind Farm (FLOW) project. The survey will be undertaken from one survey vessel, ROVER ALPHA, CallSign: MLAS2 from 22nd November 2020 until 06th December 2020


The survey will collect data within the proposed main offshore array area (circa 43.5km2) and the offshore export cable route corridor (nominal 450m width) together with a buffer of up to 10km. The extent of the area in which the survey vessel may be located during the survey is shown in the attached figure with accompanying coordinates. The survey vessel will roam and/or remain on a nominal station within this area for an approximately 14 day duration depending on weather conditions. Dates may be subject to change. The survey vessel will operate on a 24hr basis and display appropriate day shapes and lights at all times during operations. 2 Geographic co-ordinates

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Cable protection operations for moray East export cable



Moray East are planning on carrying out cable protection operations for moray East export cable


Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are planning to commence cable protection operations post export cable installation work scope circa 16th of November 2020 within the bounds of Moray East Offshore Windfarm Offshore export cable route and site 1 (offshore windfarm area) The work will comprise of rock dumping from the Flintstone via fall pipe, area coverage at each location is shown in Figure 2, 3 and 4 plus coordinates in table 1 below.

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Survey - 2AFRICA SUBSEA CABLE SYSTEM



Alcatel Submarine Networks has contracted Fugro to carry out a cable route survey for the proposed 2Africa cable systems. MV Fugro Meridian - Call Sign: C6QR4.


Please be advised that Fugro will be carrying out marine operations on behalf of Alcatel Submarine Networks for the 2AFRICA SUBSEA CABLE SYSTEMS.

 

The operations along the route will be carried out from approximately 5 December for approximately eight weeks. The exact finish date will be dependent on the prevailing weather conditions and work progress.

 

The vessel will be running a hull mounted multibeam echo sounder along several lines in a 500 to 1000 metre wide corridor centred on the proposed route. Towing equipment such as magnetometer and side scan sonar will be used throughout the works. Time to time the vessel will slow down or stop to measure water properties, as well as perform geotechnical measurements, necessary for this kind of study.

 

It is requested that all vessels operating within this area keep their distance, maintaining at least a 1000 metre exclusion zone, and pass at minimum speed to reduce wake interference over the sensor readings.

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Survey - Sheringham Shoal Windfarm



Fugro under Equinor and Scira is conducting a Geophysical survey in Sheringham Shoal Windfarm. Fugro Vessel named "Fugro Mercator" IMO 9299977 will operate from the 20th November until the 17th of December 2020.


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Cable Repair - GTT Segment C



Following cable repair, cable exposed due rocky seabed conditions GTT Guard vessel is patrolling the area to promote awareness of the hazard to fisheries


Notice to fisheries and seabed users in the Irish Sea:

 

Please be advised that following a recent cable repair to the GTT (Hibernia) Segment ‘C’ between Southport and Dublin, the cable has been deployed as follows:

 

Initial Splice:        53° 48.3613’N    04° 30.1514’W

Standing bight:   53° 48.2208’N    04° 29.4494’W

Final Splice:         53° 48.1279’N    04° 28.2360’W

 

It should be noted that throughout the extent of the cable repair, despite repeated attempts at post lay burial by an ROV, the predominantly very rocky seabed has meant that cable burial and hence protection has not been possible.

 

It should also be noted that at the position of the ‘standing bight’ the cable is standing upright from the seabed at a height of 0.4 metres, with a length over the ground of 2.0 metres.

 

All seabed users are requested not to deploy equipment which engages with the seabed in this area, to avoid snagging of the cable and particularly so, at the standing bight area.

 

In case of any issues, please do not hesitate to contact the GTT Hibernia emergency contact number on: +353 1 867 3600 Option 2

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Wreck - H17 Wreck Archaeological Exclusion Zone



A known wreck lying to the south of London Array WTG H17 has become exposed. An archaeological Exclusion Zone (AEZ) already exists to protect this known wreck. Marine users are requested to maintain a safe distance around this wreck and current AEZ.


Further surveys are planned in 2021

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Cable Installation - Havhingsten (Manx Waters)



The installation of the Havhingsten fibre optic telecommunication cable system has been granted marine licences and the pre-installation works & installation of the offshore section is expected to start on or around the 16 October in Manx Waters.


Please be advised that installation of the Havhingsten fibre optic telecommunication cable system is planned to commence from mid November onwards in the Isle of Man region.

 

The supplier of the Havhingsten cable is Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN). Intertek are the environmental and permitting consultants.

 

The entire cable system will comprise marine elements that pass from Denmark to the UK (NE region); from the UK (NW) to the Republic of Ireland; with two segments being installed into landfalls on the Isle of Man. 

 

Landfall will be made at Port Erin and Port Grenaugh.

 

Installation will be via industry standard burial tools including water jetting and ploughing. Target cable burial depth is 1.5m below seabed level in the Isle of Man region.

 

It is anticipated that installation operations in UK waters will occupy up to a maximum 500m width of the seabed (250m either side of cable). The cable itself will occupy only 40mm of the seabed.

 

Shore-end tie-in at Port Grenaugh:

The Beach Manhole (BMH) is where the interface between the marine cable and terrestrial cable will be permanently housed. At Port Grenaugh the BMH will be constructed above the MHWS ahead of the marine installation.

 

Direct landing at Port Grenaugh will take place on Thursday 3 December and is expected to take up to 1 day.

 

Shore-end tie-in at Port Erin:

The Beach Manhole (BMH) is where the interface between the marine cable and terrestrial cable will be permanently housed. At Port Erin the BMH will be constructed above the MHWS ahead of the marine installation.

 

Direct landing at Port Erin will take place on Sunday 13 December and is expected to take up to 1 day.

 

Pre-installation works:

Prior to the start of marine cable installation, it is essential to ensure the marine cable corridor route is clear of obstructions that may hinder the installation works. A pre-lay grapnel run (PLGR) will be undertaken to clear any seabed debris, such as lost fishing gear. The PLGR run will be conducted over the length of the proposed cable route prior to installation and commencing at a target rate of 25km per day.

 

PLGR works will start on Sunday 15 November and undertaken by the Wilson Adriatic. The cable corridor has been split up into 6 blocks to provide a clearer indication of dates of the PLGR and installation works; please see figures below and table of timings.

 

Offshore installation, ploughing and cable lay:

The cable will be installed with two branches into the Isle of Man, one into Port Erin and another into Port Grenaugh.  The cable will be buried using a submarine cable plough. The burial progress speed is relatively slow and is normally between 0.5 – 1 km/hour and subject to seabed type, burial depth and weather.

 

Cable installation will start on Friday 4 December and undertaken by the Ile de Batz. The cable corridor has been split up into 6 blocks to provide a clearer indication of dates of the PLGR and installation works; please see figures below and table of timings.

Planned timings of works are as per below:

 

Area

Block no.

PLGR

Installation

Post-Lay Inspection Burial

Post-rock placement

IoM (Port Grenaugh) S1.4

6

15 - 16 November

4 - 6 December

January 2021

NA

IoM (Port Grenaugh) S1.4

5

15 - 16 November

6 - 11 December

January 2021

March 2021

IOM and UK S1.3

4

16 - 17 November

11 - 13 December

NA

NA

IOM and UK S1.3

3

16 - 17 November

11 - 13 December

NA

NA

IoM (Port Erin) S1.2

2

17 - 19 November

13 - 16 December

January 2021

NA

IoM (Port Erin) S1.2

1

17 - 19 November

16 - 18 December

January 2021

March 2021

 

Expected speed of installation will be 17 km per day.

 

There will be also be rock placement operations post cable installation at 2 locations within IoM waters listed below, associated with the Western HVDC cable. The rock berms will be over trawlable and in-line with industry standards.

 

Rock Placement Location Name

Latitude

Longitude

Western HVDC_West (S1.2)

53° 54.7007' N

4° 58.3552' W

Western HVDC_East (S1.4)

53° 53.8396' N

4° 34.1792' W

 

 

All fishing vessels are requested to maintain an appropriate and safe distance of 500 m when passing the cable installation vessels whilst operational and should pass at the lowest possible speed to avoid vessel wash effects.

 

Vessels will be working throughout 24 hours and will display appropriate day shapes and lights during reduced visibility and night operations.

 

Details of vessels proposed to be used are provided below:

 

PLGR Vessel: Wilson Adriatic                                                                                                                                         

Length Overall : 90 m

Breadth : 19 m

 

Cable Installation Vessel: Ile de Batz                                                                                                        

Length Overall:                                  138.35 m

Breadth:                                              27.45 m                               

 

Cable Installation Support Vessel: Ile d’Aix                                                                                                            

Installation support vessel working on shore ends and post-lay inspection and burial

Length Overall:                                  140.36 m

Breadth:                                              23.4 m

 

Rock Placement Vessel (Van Oord) TBC

 

For further information please contact the following Vessels / Fisheries Liaison Officer (FLO) / Fishing Industry Representative (FIR) numbers:

 

Call Sign of vessels:

Wilson Adriatic:                OYOJ2

Ile de Batz:                       FOSU

Ile d’Aix:                           FICI

Rock placement vessel TBC

 

 

 

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Relocated Unexploded Ordnance - Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm



Following unsuccessful clearance activities at some of the confirmed Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) items, six UXOs have been relocated to date within the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) Offshore Wind Farm and Export Cable Corridor.


These UXO items either do not contain a fuse or are confirmed as solid shots and clearance by detonation is not likely to be possible. As such, relocation of the item is necessary. The item will be relocated to a position outwith the construction areas, but within the boundaries of the NnG licensed area, as permitted by the Marine Licence.

 

Latitude Longitude Target
56°14.752’N 02°18.472’W G_MAG_0029
56°14.760’N 02°18.474’W G_MAG_0010
56°14.154’N 02°14.886’W E_MAG_0683
56°13.677’N 02°18.681’W ERC_O_MAG_0332_A
56°14.955’N 02°17.445’W E_MAG_0068
56°14.953’N 02°17.437’W E_MAG_0070
56°14.607’N 02°17.618’W E_MAG_0036
56°15.399’N 02°19.521’W G_MAG_0109
56°14.766'N 02°17.025’W E_MAG_0227
56°14.131’N 02°18.011’W E_MAG_0008
56°14.568’N 02°18.617’W E_MAG_0018
56°15.875’N 02°14.986’W C_MAG_0070
56°13.739’N 02°18.685’W ECR_O_MAG_0362_A
56°13.784’N 02°18.671’W ECR_O_MAG_0378
56°02.740’N 02°21.208’W ECR_M_MAG_0708
56°17.788’N 02°16.833’W B_MAG_0200

 

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Inter Array cable Termination and testing



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are carrying out Inter Array Cable Testing and Termination Works within the bounds of site 1.


Inter Array Cable Termination and Testing. Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are carrying out Inter Array Cable Testing and Termination Works within the bounds of site 1. The Testing and Termination Works will be carried out from the Offshore Substation Platforms and Wind Turbine Generators. Personnel and equipment for these works will be based on the Offshore Support Vessel, Siem Barracuda. Personnel and equipment will be transported by the Siem Barracuda between Offshore Substation Platforms and Wind Turbine Generators. Siem Barracuda will be completing Testing and Termination works on the cable routes identified in Figure 3. Siem Barracuda will be restricted in its ability to manoeuvre during transfer of personnel and equipment to and from the Offshore Substation Platforms and Wind Turbine Generators. The overall work scope will be carried out in 2 campaigns – Campaign 1 commencing 11/11/20 to 23/01/20 and Campaign 2 commencing 04/04/21 to 11/06/21.

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Exposed HDD duct on export cable corridor



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) has carried out the laying of a subsea power cable between the Moray East Windfarm site and cable landfall (HDD ducts near Boyndie Bay.


Exposed HDD duct on Export Cable Corridor. Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) has carried out the laying of a subsea power cable between the Moray East Windfarm site and cable landfall (HDD ducts near Boyndie Bay). Two of the three Moray East Export cable HDD exits are lowered below the seabed. The HDD duct for Offshore Export Cable no.1 will be subject to further lowering, with these works planned during December 2020. This area will be guarded by the guard vessel ‘Resplendent’ until further notice. HDD 1 exit location is shown on page 2 and expanded table of coordinates on page 3.

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Subsea power cable - laying and trenching operations - Moray Offshore Windfarm (East)



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are planning to commence (x3 export routes – wind farm to landfall) cable laying and trenching operations (two separate vessels) circa 27th July 2020


Vessel “NKT Victoria” will be laying the subsea power cables; three export cables between the Moray East offshore wind farm site and the cable landfall (via three separate drilled HDD ducts near Boyndie Bay). Vessel “Havila Phoenix” will be undertaking operations to bury these three subsea power cables below the seabed, via means of remotely operated trenching vehicles. Cable laying is expected to be completed by circa 3rd October 2020. Cable trenching is expected to be ongoing until early November but will be followed by a separate campaign to install remedial protection over the cables on any remaining unburied/unprotected sections. Details on remedial campaign(s) will be provided nearer the time of execution. The above dates include some weather contingency, however the operations may be subject to further extension.

 

Please be aware that by virtue of its mode of operation the NKT Victoria and Havila Phoenix will be Restricted in their Ability to Manoeuvre (RAM) as defined under COLREGs (International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, Rule 3). Masters of vessels are therefore requested to maintain their vessels and gears at a minimum safe distance from the vessel of 500 metres when it is undertaking work and showing the appropriate shapes and lights in accordance with COLREGs Rule 18. Further updates and Weekly notice of operations can be accessed in the Moray East Website

 

https://www.morayeast.com/current-works/offshore-works

 

Note: Cable Trenching and Lay Activities Exclusion Zone area coordinates are being reviewed

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Seabed Activity Bluemull Sound (Shetland) – Subsea Tidal Array



The purpose of the operation is to conduct work on a subsea tidal energy array in the Bluemull Sound, Shetland.


A multicat vessel the Leask Marine MV C-Fenna (call sign MBAH3) or a similar vessel will conduct offshore and subsea operations. Works will include loading and preparatory work at Cullivoe Pier and Belmont Pier. The work will be conducted over the months of November, December and January 2020. Operations could take place during the day or at night.   Operations will be conducted within the works area bounded by points A/B/C/D below and up to 50m either side of the cable corridor route; see waypoints below.

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Inter Array Cable Burial works - Moray East Wind Farm



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are carrying out Inter Array Cable (IAC) burial works within the bounds of site


The cable trenching (post lay burial) will be completed by tracked- on bottom trenching tools. WROV surveys will be conducted once the cable is buried.

 

Two trenching support vessels ,Grand Canyon 3 and the Boskalis Ndeavor, will be completing operations on the cable routes identified in Figure 2.

 

Both vessels will complete launch and recovery operations of the trenching tools, and will be restricted in their ability to manoeuvre during trenching and WROV operations.

The overall work scope will be carried out in 2 campaigns – Campaign 1, commencing 07/11/20 to 03/01/20 and Campaign 2, commencing 20/02/21 to 12/05/21.

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Soil plug removal operations - Moray East Offshore Windfarm



Please be advised that SPR operations will commence using the Boa Sub C , Atlantic Tonjer and Normand Energy ,Boa Sub C will also commence grouting ops within Moray East Offshore Windfarm Construction area from the 21st of June 2020 until further notice.


Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are planning to re- commence soil plug removal operations using Boa Sub C, atlantic Tonger and Normand Energy in preparation for forthcoming jacket installation work scope within Moray East Offshore Windfarm Construction area circa 21st of June 2020 until further notice. 

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Sound measurement study Hywind Scotland Pilot Park



Hywind Scotland Pilot Park is performing a sound measurement study where the purpose is to document the operational noise from floating offshore wind turbines and their substructures, mooring lines and cables.


As part of the Hywind Scotland Wind Park, Equinor has subcontracted Jasco Applied Sciences to perform sound recordings in the park area and in a control location in Buchan Deep (near cross over point between the FORTIES to CRUDEN Bay oil line and the GAS line). See map and positions below.

 

The purpose of the sound measurement study is to document the operational noise from floating offshore wind turbines and their substructures, mooring lines and cables. It is part of an internal Equinor Research &Technology project that aims to increase knowledge on possible environmental implications of floating offshore wind, i.e. in this particular study, the possible impact ranges of sound from the wind park on marine mammals and fish. The results from the sound measurement study is important also for further technology development.

 

The Equinor contracted “MCS Swath1” (crew vessel) will be used for the deployment and retrieval of the sound recorder equipment (hydrophones). The field activity in connection with both deployment and retrieval will take one day, however, the recording period will be approximately 3 months from ultimo October 2020 to ultimo January 2021.

 

The recorders were deployed October 21. Yet, no exact date is set for the retrieval of the equipment (ultimo January 2021).

 

All Equinor installed equipment shall remain in position for the duration of the survey, but all equipment will be removed from seabed when the recording period is over. Also, there will be no bouys on sea surface or lines in the water column. All equipment will be placed on sea floor at approximately 100 meters depth by the help of an anchoring plate, which fastens the equipment and eliminates drifting of equipment. The equipment will have a height of maximum 1 meter above seabed, and the plate mooring system has the dimension 914 x 527 x 864 mm.

 

This equipment collects data and information of environmental importance and could get damaged or lost if trawled over.

 

When the equipment is retrieved, the acoustic release will be activated and the equipment will be lifted by crane.

 

 

Positions for recorders in wind park and in control location

 

Location

Latitude

Longitude

Easting (m)†

Northing (m)†

Hywind Scotland

57° 29' 04.2741" N

1° 20' 33.8512" W

599357.410

6372534.418

Control

57° 31' 48.0000" N

1° 07' 33.6000" W

612209.809

6377933.954

 

 

 

Vessel Specification

 

Details of the vessel MCS Swath1 can be seen via the following document.

 

https://www.maritimecraft.co.uk/files/MCS-SWATH-1.pdf

 

According to information in the specification, a deck crane of load 500 kgs is installed. The crane and a mobile winch will be used to deploy and retrieve sound recording equipment.

 

 

 

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Scientific mooring deployments - West of Orkney and Thurso Bay



Partrac Ltd. Installed marine sensors at 3 sites in Thurso bay and west of Orkney on Stormy bank, over the period 15th to 17th October 2020.


Sub-surface moorings will be deployed at three survey locations, each marked with a simple surface buoy positioned ~200m from the instrument location. A surface moored wave buoy will also be deployed at Survey point 5. The wave buoy is fitted with a 2m whip antenna, with a light sequence of Y.Fl.5(20s)

 

Instrumentation at Southern Stormy Bank relocated 

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Surface laid cable - Havhingsten, Eastern Irish Sea



Prior to rock placement there is a maximum of 50m of cable surface laid at a cable crossing. It is advised that extra care is taken when vessels are operating near this area and that no vessel should trawl within 250m.


Please be advised that, installation of the Havhingsten fibre optic telecommunication cable system is almost complete in the Eastern Irish Sea.

 

The supplier of the Havhingsten cable is Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN). Intertek are the environmental and permitting consultants.

 

The entire cable system will comprise marine elements that pass from Denmark to the UK (NE region); from the UK (NW) to the Republic of Ireland; with two segments being installed into landfalls on the Isle of Man. 

 

The cable route for the eastern Irish Sea region (UK Northwest and Isle of Man) is shown below.

 

Installation was via industry standard burial tools including water jetting and ploughing. Cable burial has been performed to a target of 1.5m.

 

The Havhingsten cable crosses 2 pipelines within the Eastern Irish Sea, 1 of which will require external rock protection (Western HVDC link). Post-rock installation is now expected in March 2021. The cable crossing is located approximately 50km offshore.

 

Prior to rock placement there is a maximum of 25m of cable surface laid with Uraduct protection either side of the crossing. Coordinates of the crossing are provided in the table below. It is advised that extra care is taken when vessels are operating near the area and that no vessel should trawl within 250m from the listed coordinates.

Crossing

Approximate distance offshore (km)

Latitude

Longitude

Western HVDC Link

50

53°45.9867’ N

003°48.9137’ W

 

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Dropped Object - Hornsea Two Offshore Wind Farm



Noise monitoring frame(steel 1m3 frame approx. 40kg), hydrophone,riser buoy,clumped(100kg chain clump weight) & 50m Dyneema riser line(dia.~25 mm)remain after the riser line was severed below the surface buoy.Surface marker buoy and pellet buoy recovered.


The riser line was severed below the surface buoy and it has not been possible to recover the items. Investigations as to the cause of the loss are ongoing.

 

Possible risk of entanglement from remaining riser line.

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Anchor Weight Chain 800kg - East Anglia One



There is most likely an anchor weight remaining on site. This is a bundle of approx. 800kg scrap anchor chain. Dimensions of object: Wave buoy mooring consisting: Anchor chain bundle: approx. 1.5 m x 2 m x 1 m


There is likely <0.5m presence of the anchor at the seabed so no risk to navigation is perceived.

 

There is a small potential for entanglement with fishing gear should trawling be undertaken in the area should equipment remain on seabed surface. No navigational risks are perceived.

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Havhingsten Cable Project - North Sea



Prior to rock placement there is a maximum of 50m of cable surface laid at each of the 4 crossings. It is advised that extra care is taken when vessels are operating near these areas and that no vessel should trawl within 250m from.


Please be advised that, installation of the Havhingsten fibre optic telecommunication cable system is complete outside of 12nm within the North Sea and at the Seaton Sluice landing. The Whitley Bay stub works are scheduled for March 2021.

 

The supplier of the Havhingsten cable is Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN). Intertek are the environmental and permitting consultants.

 

The entire cable system will comprise marine elements that pass from Denmark to the UK (NE region); from the UK (NW) to the Republic of Ireland; with two segments being installed into landfalls on the Isle of Man. 

 

The cable route in the NE region is shown below. Landfall was made at Seaton Sluice.

 

Installation was via industry standard burial tools including water jetting and ploughing. Cable burial has been performed to a target of 2m.

 

The Havhingsten cable crosses 4 pipelines within the UK North Sea, which will require external rock protection. Post-rock installation is now expected in March 2021. The cable crossings start at approximately 72km offshore and beyond.

 

Prior to rock placement there is a maximum of 50m of cable surface laid with Uraduct protection at each of the 4 crossings. Coordinates of the crossings are provided in the table below. It is advised that extra care is taken when vessels are operating near these areas and that no vessel should trawl within 250m from the listed coordinates.

Crossing

Approximate distance offshore (km)

Latitude

Longitude

CATS

72

55°15.8028’ N

000°21.9318’ W

Norpipe

113

55° 19.1679’ N

000° 16.0266’ E

Sleipner to Easington

140

55° 22.3375’ N

000° 40.9323’ E

Shearwater to Bacton

198

55° 30.7194’ N

001° 34.1236’ E

 

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Dropped Anchor - Gwynt y Mor Offshore Wind Farm



The original anchor consisting of approximately 350kg of scrap chain at the previously as laid position:53°28.615 N 003°30.192 W could not be recovered and remains on the sea bed.


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Deployment of Buoy - Project Erebus Floating Offshore Wind Farm



The Project Erebus Wave Buoy had broken free of its mooring but was successfully recovered in the evening of the 21.09.20. The Wave Buoy is to be redeployed at a different location than its original deployment.


They will be maintained in position via appropriate mooring systems for a 12-month period.

 

Floating LiDAR  Yellow 'X' Shaped Topmark Fl (5) Y 20s lilght (5nnm range) 

Wave Buoy   Yellow  Fl (5) Y 20s light (2-3nm range)

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Survey - Berwick Bank Wind Farm and Marr Bank Wind Farm



SSE Renewables will be undertaking a subtidal benthic survey of the Berwick Bank Wind Farm and Marr Bank Wind Farm areas, and cable routes.The survey will be within the proposed Berwick Bank and Marr Bank wind farm site boundaries and export cable routes.


The survey work is being undertaken by Ocean Ecology and will be conducted from the Marshall Art Call Sign: 2HWN3 and Seren Las Call Sign: MDAH2 vessels.

 

Survey Tasks The survey is to be split into 2 distinct areas using the offshore survey vessels: 1. Survey work covering the Berwick Bank Wind Farm and Marr Bank Wind Farm areas and the cable route further offshore in deeper water will be undertaken by the Marshall Art and will likely take approx. 10 days to complete (24hr operations possible) 2. Survey work covering the cable routes closer to shore in shallower waters will be undertaken by the Seren Las and will likely take 10 days to complete (12hr operations only)

During the survey campaign, the vessels will be deploying underwater equipment in order to gather data on the ecology of the seabed. These include grab sampling, drop down camera work and scientific beam trawls. However, despite equipment being deployed and the modes of operation, SSE Renewables are not requesting a 500m clearance at this time. The vessels will be generally unrestricted in their movements and will adhere to normal navigation protocol.

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Dropped Anchor Weight and Mooring



Anchor weight and mooring from lidar buoy, composed of approx 2250 kg scrap anchor chain, 19mm chain, 20 mm dyneema rope. Dimensions of object: Approx. 2.5 m2 (w) and 1 m height.


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Exposed Cable - Beatrice Offshore Windfarm



Rock Replacement Operations on a short area (4m) of partial exposure of Export Cable EC2 is in the vicinity of the mid cable joint at the location where the cable changes direction. Vessel MV Olympic Artemis Call sign: LAFV8. Work Commencement date TBC.


ROn behalf of Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd, MV Olympic Artemis Call sign: LAFV8 will deploy rock bags over a four-metre section of exposed export cable.

 

Work Commencement date TBC.

 

During this operation the MV Olympic Artemis will be restricted in its ability to manoeuvre and will be displaying the appropriate lights and day signals. All vessels are there for requested to give a wide berth when passing.

 

At present the MFV Reaper is acting as a guard vessel at this location, further information is available in previously issued Beatrice notice to mariners NTM-BE-00005 - Export Cable Guard Vessel. MFV Reaper will remain on location throughout operations until the partial exposure has been proven to be satisfactorily covered.

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Deployment of Buoys - Hornsea Project Two



Ørsted have deployed a 'measurement buoy', as well as two 'transponder buckets' as part of construction of the Hornsea Project Two Offshore Wind Farm.


The devices have been placed within the Order Limits of the Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm.

 

Note that these devices will remain on location throughout construction of the Hornsea Project Two Offshore Wind Farm and mariners should take note of their presence.

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Construction of Wind Farm (Neart na Gaoithe)



Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm Limited (NnGOWL) will commence construction work for Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) Offshore Wind Farm, from the 9th August 2020, with the start of casing and pile installation operations on the wind farm site.


NnGOWL is developing the NnG Offshore Wind Farm, jointly owned by EDF Renewables and ESB, which is located in the outer Firth of Forth, Scotland. The NnG wind farm area is 15 km east off Fife Ness and 29 km from the East Lothian coastline and covers an area of 105 km2

The wind farm consists of 54 no. wind turbines (WTGs) and 2 no. Offshore Substation Platforms (OSPs), with a total capacity of approximately 45 0MW. Water depths across the offshore wind farm area generally range from 40 to 60 m below LAT. The generated power will be transmitted to the grid via two subsea export cable circuits which will reach landfall at Thorntonloch Beach, East Lothian, Scotland. Specific details and location of activities within the Wind Farm Area and Export Cable Corridor will be provided via subsequent notices as work progresses.

 

Buoyage

 

Five special markers are now in position:

 

Name Location

SP 1 - Special Mark - Fl Y 5s light character

56°18.180'N 02°12.075'W

SP 2 - Special Mark - Fl Y 5s light character

56°15.643'N 02°09.329'W

SP 3 - Special Mark - Fl Y 5s light character

56°12.294'N 02°15.796'W

SP 4 - Special Mark - Fl Y 5s light character

56°14.038'N 02°18.975'W

SP 5 - Special Mark - Fl Y 5s light character

56°18.924'N 02°18.951'W

 

Four cardinal buoys are due to be deployed the week commencing 16th March. Planned deployment locations

 

Name Location

NNG - North Cardinal - Quick (Q) white light character

56°20.425'N 02°14.617'W

NNG - East Cardinal - Q (3) 10 s white light character

56°14.329'N 02°08.558'W

NNG - South Cardinal - Q (6) + Long (L) FL 15 s white light character

56°12.294'N 02°09.760'W

NNG - West Cardinal - Q (9) 15 s white light character

56°17.057'N 02°21.084'W

 

A steel chain will be connected to each marker buoy, and the chain will be present through the water column, connected to an anchor placed on the seabed.

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Unprotected HVDC electric cable section



East of the “South Falls” in UK waters a section of the HVDC Interconnector Nemo Link is unprotected due to seabed mobility.


East of the “South Falls” in UK waters a section of the HVDC Interconnector Nemo Link is unprotected due to seabed mobility. All Mariners are asked to avoid this area and not perform bottom-disturbing activities including trawl fishing to prevent damage to the cable.

 

Location: South Falls

 

Id

Easting (UTM31-WGS84)

Northing (UTM31-WGS84)

Lon

Lat

1

415023,18

5686893,81

1° 46.822' E

51° 19.619' N

2

415149,81

5686888,91

1° 46.931' E

51° 19.617' N

3

415149,99

5686882,90

1° 46.931' E

51° 19.614' N

4

415022,61

5686887,83

1° 46.822' E

51° 19.616' N

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Accommodation - Offshore Substation Platforms Moray Offshore Windfarm (East)



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) are planning to deploy the Jack Up Vessel GMS Endeavour to Site 1. The vessel will supply accommodation for workers carrying out commissioning works on the offshore substations.


The vessel will be located next to the structures highlighted in the map commencing circa 20/08/2020 until further notice.

 

Vessel info:

Name: 3GSM Endevour

General description and dimensions: LOA: 84.1 m, Beam: 36 m, Draught 5.9m Call Sign: 3EUG6 MMSI: 370582000 On Board Contact: Master Offshore Manager / Party Chief: John Bromfield E-mail: endeavour.6102@fleet.gmsuae.com Onshore Representative: Andrew Small

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Deployment of Buoy - Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm



Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm Limited (NnGOWL) successfully deployed a Wave Rider Buoy (WRB) within the Wind Farm Area on 12th Sept 2020. The intention is that this buoy will remain in situ within the NnG Wind Farm site for up to 2 years (Sept 2022)


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Dropped Cylindrical Pipe



Material is smooth cylindrical pipe drill casing. Dimensions of object: 12.2m x 0.2m presumed to be laying horizontal / sub-horizontal on the sea bed. May present some ‘snagging’ risk to fishing gear or similar. Planned Recovery of Item.


Details of any radio Navigational Warnings and/or Notices to Mariner’s:

 

  • None as yet, but geotechnical spread remains at site and in a position to guard and notify as required.
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Export Cable Installation - Hornsea Project Two



Ørsted have commenced the dredging scope for export cable installation and will be commencing pre-lay grapnel run activities on or around the 23rd August 2020 and are continuing construction of the Hornsea Project Two Offshore Wind Farm.


Array Cable Seabed Preparation and Installation World Marine Offshore will be commencing pre-lay grapnel run activities using the Wilson Adriatic Call Sign: OYOJ2 on or around 23rd August 2020. Cable installation and burial activities will commence in Q1 2020 through to Q2 2021. Works will be continual and intermittent throughout this period. The works will be undertaken by a number of vessels at different times according to the Project schedule

 

Note that the vessels will have limited manoeuvrability, some vessels will be operating on anchors, and it is requested that all vessels operating near the vessels maintain a safe distance (at least 500m) and pass all vessels at minimum speed.

 

The Boskalis will be temporarily wet storing a cable at the location provided on or around 9th September until 7th October 2020. A guard vessel will be present whilst the cable is being wet stored but it is advised that mariners maintain a safe clearance. Boskalis will be commencing trenching with the Boka Falcon on or around the 10th September to 12th October 2020.

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Power Cable - Loch Etive



Power cable installed by Briggs Marine Contractors on behalf of Green Highland Renewables across Loch Etive (north of Oban in Scotland).


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Dropped drill pipe and collars (2,300kg / 33 metres)



Fugro has reported the loss of 33 metres of drill pipe, weighing a total of 2300kg from the MV Normand Flower whilst working on East Anglia 1 North wind farm. It is not known whether the item is sticking up above the seabed at this stage. Further info...


Dimensions of object: ~33 m of steel drill string consisting of: 4 X Drill Collars (each ~4.5 m long, ~8 inch diameter and ~500 kg in weight) 1 X API Drill String ~9 m long, 4.5 inch diameter and ~300kg weight

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Floating LiDAR System - Seagreen Alpha and Bravo windfarms



Seagreen Wind Energy Limited has replaced the Floating LiDAR System (FLS) at the location shown


The replacement FLS was deployed on the boundary of the Seagreen Alpha and Seagreen Bravo offshore wind farms in the Firth of Forth Offshore Wind Round 3 Zone off the east coast of Scotland. The replacement FLS is approximately 600m to the south-west of the previous location.

 

The FLS buoy will remain deployed for up to 1 additional year from this date. Service visits will occur at approximately 3-month intervals over this period.

 

The FLS is buoy mounted and is moored using 150 m long DIN 5683-II mooring chain Ø26 x 234 mm and 3 tonne concrete anchor. The buoy is powered by solar panels and micro wind turbine generators. The buoy is yellow (RAL 1023) in colour and will be clearly marked with two navigation lights (flashing amber, 5 flashes every 20 seconds, nominal range 3-6 nm visibility). The buoy is fitted with a Radar reflector. A service vessel will be on station for approximately four hours during service and recovery visits. Other vessels should maintain a safe distance when passing the vessel and should pass at lowest possible speed to avoid vessel wash effects.

 

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Completion of Explosive Ordnance - Hornsea Project Two



Mariners are advised that the Explosive Ordnance Detonation (EOD) phase for the pre-construction stage of Hornsea Project Two is now completed.


Hornsea Project Two confirms the presence of 7 Unexploded Ordnance (cUXO) and 2 suspected UXO (sUXO) which remain undetonated within the Hornsea Project Two Wind Farm area. There are no plans to clear these remaining UXO.

All vessels are requested to maintain the required safe distances as defined from the coordinates

 

It should be noted that ongoing seabed preparation for construction, as well as construction activities themselves, may identify further UXO which may need to be cleared from the site. Separate notices will be issued in this case.

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Export Cable Installation (Beach) - Hornsea Project Two



Ørsted are continuing construction of the Hornsea Project Two Offshore Wind Farm. Preparatory works for export cable installation at the beach landfall and in the nearshore area have commenced.


Cable installation activities will be ongoing an intermittent at the landfall until 30th September 2020 and will re-commence after 1st April 2021.

 

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES:

Landfall Preparation and Cable Installation Please be advised that export cable installation activities will be commencing at the landfall at Horseshoe Point, Lincolnshire from 20th July 2020 through to 30th September 2020. Works will then re-commence on or after 1st April 2021 until 30th September 2021. Works will be continual and intermittent throughout these periods.

 

The works will involve vehicles and construction activities on the beach down to the low water mark and will also include a beached transport barge, nearshore cable laying vessel and other vessels and anchors and other submerged hazards at high water which will be marked, where required. Note that the vessels will have limited manoeuvrability, some vessels will be operating on anchors, and it is requested that all vessels operating or travelling near the vessels maintain a safe distance (at least 500m) and pass all vessels at minimum speed.

 

Vessels:

 

Vessel Activity

Expected Date of

Mobilisation

Port
Dalby Don Support Vessel / Crew Transfer Ongoing Grimsby (UK)
Coastal Challanger - Call Sign:PBOC Anchor handling tug / pre-lay grapnel run / cable remedial work 24/07/2020

Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands) for anchor handling scope

Grimsby (UK) for pre-lay grapnel run scope
Flintstone Rock Installation Current Scope Complete Stavanger (Norway)
Ndurance - Call Sign: 5BVH3 Export cable Installation 01/08/2020 Halden (Norway)
NKT Victoria Farshore cable installation 01/09/2020 Karlskrona (Norway)
Noordstroom - Call Sign:PIWC Anchor handling tug 01/08/2020 Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Lingestroom - Call Sign:PICW Anchor handling tug 01/08/2020 TBC – Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Viking energy - Call Sign:MEPW5 Anchor handling tug 01/08/2020 Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Maagd - Call Sign:N/A Transport barge 22/07/2020 Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands) – will be moored at the cable landfall at Horseshoe Point, Lincolnshire
Boka Falcon Cable installation 20/07/2020 Waalhaven (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Spirit Cable installation 01/06/2021 TBC
Willem Van Oranje Pre-sweeping / dredging 20/07/2020 TBC
Boka Atlantis Mattress installation TBC TBC
Dina Star Mattress Installation / Cable Remedial works 01/08/2020 TBC
Titan Endeavour - Call Sign:2ELT9 Survey Vessel Ongoing Grimsby (UK)
Ivero Survey Vessel Ongoing Hull (UK)
MHO Grimsby Survey Vessel Ongoing  
Voe Vanguard Survey Vessel Current Scope Complete Grimsby (UK)
MTSL Avocet Support Vessel / Crew Transfer 20/07/2020 Grimsby (UK)
Sleipnir Heavy Lift Vessel (substation installation) 15/09/2020 Tyra SE oil and gas to Hornsea Two
Barentsz Transportation of OSS and RCS Jackets and piles 12/08/2020 Batam, Indonesia
AHT TBC Temporary mooring of the Barentsz for lifting operations TBC TBC
Bubble Curtain tug (TBC) Deployment and operation of RCS bubble curtain (if required) TBC TBC
CTV (TBC) Personnel transfer Sleipnir to Barentsz (if required) TBC TBC

 

 

 

 

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Secondary Works on installed assets - Moray East



Planning to carry out secondary works on the installed jackets (within figure 1 bounded area/Site 1) using the Windcat 17


Please be aware that by virtuue of its mode of operation the Windcat 17 will be restricted in her Ability to Manoeuvre(RAM) as defined under COLREGs (International Regulations for preventing Collisions at Sea 1972,(Rule 3) Masters of vessels are therefore requested to maintain their vessels and gears at a minumum safe distance from the vessel of 500mwhen undertaking work and showing the appropriate shapes and lights in accordance with COLREGs,(Rule18).

 

Further updates and weekly notice of operations can be accesed in the Moray East Website.

 

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Exposed Subsea Cable - Apollo South



On behalf of Apollo SCS Ltd, fishermen are advised that following a repair to the Apollo South subsea telecoms cable there now exists a section of exposed/unburied cable.


Due to the nature of the seabed in this area the cable may be exposed and could be a hazard to fishing. Fishermen are asked to ensure that they have the route of the Apollo South cable accurately plotted on their fishing charts. Trawler skippers are respectfully asked to exercise caution when trawling in the vicinity of the Apollo South cable and to keep beyond a distance of at least 500 metres from the charted cable route and, where at all possible, to avoid trawling directly over the cable route. Static gear fishermen are advised not to deploy anchors and end weights in close proximity to the cable.

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Clump Weight - Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm



A 500kg clump weight made from scrapped anchor chains has been dropped


Dimensions of object:

  • Various lengths of anchor chain (max 1.3mtr)
  • Held together by steel sling and shackles
  • Total mass ±500kg
  • Connected is a white polyprop line - ± 25-30mtr in length with sinker at end.
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Moray West Floating LiDAR Buoy



Operational Floating LiDAR Buoy (and mooring system)


Equipment

Location

Floating LiDAR Buoy (including Clump Weight and Mooring Chain)

58°5.381'N  3°0.877'W

 

For further information contact: Guillermo Tornero De Diego (Technical Operations), guillermo.tornero@edpr.com, +44 (0) 7741 625376.  Tony Blackshaw (QHSSE), Tony.Blackshaw@moraywest.com, +44 (0) 7443 638253.  Sarah Edwards (Development & Commercial Fisheries), sarah.edwards@edpr.com, +44 (0) 7741 140150.

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Deployment of Buoys - Neart na Gaoithe OWF



Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Limited (NnGOWL) have completed the deployment of four Cardinal buoys around the Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm site.


The marker buoys will remain in place until the construction of Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm is complete.

 

Name Coordinates
NNG N - North Cardinal - Quick (Q) White light character 56°20.424'N 002°14.616'W
NNG E - East Cardinal - Q (3) 10s White light character 56°14.329'N 002°08.557'W
NNG S - South Cardinal - Q (6) + Long (L) FL 15s White light character 56°12.293'N 002°09.760'W
NNG W - West Cardinal - Q (9) 15s White light character 56°17.057'N 002°21.083'W

 

The buoys will be deployed for the duration of the construction of Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm. The buoys will be inspected and maintained at least every 12 months.

 

There are currently two Guard Vessels present on site, which will be on site for the duration of the Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm construction period. The guard vessel is either:

  • Artemis, call sign MVIX5;
  • Tranquillity S, call sign MJUH9 or
  • Seagull, call sign MVBO2.
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Wave Rider Buoy - Moray Offshore Windfarm (East)



Please be advised that Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Limited (Moray East) have deployed a directional wave rider buoy within the bounds of Moray East Offshore Windfarm.


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Coils of Steel Rope - Neart Na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm



The Glomar Wave has discovered two seabed hazards, within the boundaries of the Neart na Gaoithe Export Cable Corridor. A 50-metre exclusion zone is requested around each of the following locations for safety reasons, until they can safely be removed.


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Cable Repairs - IFA 2 Interconnector Project



Cable works for the IFA2 project are continuing at KP170.3 of IFA2 RPL (50°39.117'N 000°50.855'W)


Cables Repair works of the HVDC bundle in the vicinity of KP170 are continuing.

 

The Jack up ring Brave Tern will be deploying 2 yellow cable marker buoy approx. 150m apart and from each one a line 15m long with A4 buoys attached. It is expected that one will be placed in the water on 17/18 March 2020 and it is anticipated that they will remain in situ for at least two weeks.

 

Vessels should pass at a safe speed and distance (approximately 500 metres) from all construction and support vessels. During these works the vessels will have restricted maneuverability as they complete their work scope.

 

Deployed Guard Vessels will monitor the exposed areas of cable while works progresses and advise of safe distances locally.

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Exposed Cables - Galloper Offshore Wind Farm



There was evidence of some short sections of cable exposure in 2 areas along the below cable routes in the North Field of the Galloper windfarm.


 

Area Start  Stop
E4H - E5H 51°54.963'N 002°01.325'E 51°54.384'N 002°01.224'E
OSP - F3C 51°57.105'N 002°01.213'E 51°58.309'N 002°03.799'E

 

There is no cable exposure evident in the South Field of the windfarm.

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Exposed Cable Sections - EirGrid East West Interconnector



Following a recent marine survey along the route of the EirGrid East West Interconnector power cable, is was found that the cable is currently exposed at two locations within UK 12-mile territorial waters fishery limit off the North Wales coast.


In the interests of maritime safety, mariners/fishermen are advised not to anchor, trawl or deploy bottom contact fishing equipment in the vicinity of the EirGrid East West Interconnector power cable route and within the boundary box of the exposed cable sections as detailed.

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Deployment of Marker Buoys - Nemo Link Cable



2 x Marker buoys have been deployed along the Nemo Link Cable


Marker buoys have been deployed at 2 locations along the Nemo Link subsea cable route approximately 8.5km and 17.5km East of Ramsgate at the following positions:                                                                                                                                                            

 

51°19.193'N 001°32.578'E                                                                                                                                

51°19.817'N 001°40.282'E                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

The buoys consist of a hull, day marker, mooring chain and sinker. The outer hulls and day marks are identified by yellow paint.

Fishermen and Mariners are requested to note the buoy locations and to maintain a safe distance during fishing and marine activities.

                  

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Dropped objects on seabed



During recent maintenance work at Turbine position C06 several objects were dropped on the seabed. The biggest being a Bearing Transport Frame (1800mm x 2236mm x 830mm) weight – 947kg as well as 33m of steel Crane Wire and several smaller objects.


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Cable spans



Surveys at Greater Gabbard show that there are 8 free-spans which are listed below.


Location

Span Length (m)

Span Height (cm)

Start of Span

End of Span

L1 cable

6

0

52° 12.284'N 001°39.364'E

52°12.283'N 001°39.369'E

L1 cable

8

13

52° 12.271'N 001°39.434'E

52°12.270'N 001°39.441'E

L1 cable

8

20

52° 12.064'N 001°40.559'E

52°12.061'N 001°40.565'E

L2 cable

15

5

52° 12.128'N 001°40.524'E

52°12.124'N 001°40.535'E

L2 cable

8

76

52° 12.119'N 001°40.560'E

52°12.118'N 001°40.567'E

L3 cable

3

11

52° 12.169'N 001°40.502'E

52°12.169'N 001°40.504'E

L3 cable

13

34

52° 12.148'N 001°40.594'E

52°12.146'N 001°40.604'E

L3 cable

17

10

51° 59.194'N 001°57.431'E

51°59.187'N 001°57.442'E

 

Whilst the results continue to be processed, Balfour Beatty have asked that in the interest of safety and the integrity of the cable, extreme caution be used when Fishing near the export cables and that Fishermen refrain from using towed gear across the export cables wherever possible.

 

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Exposed sections of cable



Surveys at Gunfleet Sands offshore wind farm have illustrated that some array/in-field cables are lying exposed on the seabed and are no longer buried and there is one freespan. These may represent a hazard to fishing.


These are the following cables located in the eastern part of Gunfleet Sands 1 and the north eastern part of Gunfleet Sands 2.

 

Location

Exposure Length (m)

Start of Exposure

End of Exposure

Between turbines C06-D06

4

51°44.447'N 01°15.045'E

51°44.445'N 01°15.046'E

Between turbines F06-F07

23.7

51°44.204'N 01°16.057'E

51°44.209'N 01°16.076'E

Between turbines F07-F08

78.4

51°44.471'N 01°16.744'E

51°44.448'N 01°16.688'E

Between turbines F08-F09

851.7

51°44.485'N 01°16.777'E

51°44.726'N 01°17.398'E

Between turbines G06-G07

21.7

51°44.008'N 01°16.270'E

51°44.002'N 01°16.255'E

Between turbines G07-G08

21.9

51°44.273'N 01°16.948'E

51°44.267'N 01°16.932'E

Between turbines G08-G09

20.7

51°44.276'N 01°16.953'E

51°44.280'N 01°16.969'E

Between turbines G08-G09

16.6

51°44.522'N 01°17.591'E

51°44.527'N 01°17.603'E

 

There is a freespan at the following array Cable Position:

 

Location

Exposure Length (m)

Start of Exposure

End of Exposure

Between turbines C06-D06

4

51°44.447'N 01°15.045'E

51°44.445'N 01°15.046'E

 

 

 

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Exposed cable and lost fishing gear



Exposed section of cable and lost fishing gear.


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Exposed cable and lost fishing gear



Exposed section of cable and lost fishing gear.


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Exposed Cable Section (SHEFA)



There is an exposed section on the SHEFA cable coming out of Orkney between the two positions below.


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