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  • May282019

    Notice to Mariners -WALNEY 1 (WOWO1) TURBINE F03 – BURBO BANK 1 TURBINE BB14

    MAINTENANCE PROGRAMME

    WALNEY 1 (WOWO1) TURBINE F03 – BURBO BANK 1 TURBINE BB14 –

     

    The jack up vessel ‘WIND SERVER’ is currently in Holyhead to mobilise and as long as weather and conditions remain favourable can be expected to arrive at Turbine position F03 at the WALNEY 1 (WOWO1) WIND FARM during the early morning of Wednesday 29th May.

     

    Once on site and Jacked-up  ‘WIND SERVER’ will remain at Turbine position F03 for approx. 2 days before transiting across to the BURBO BANK 1 WIND FARM to carry out some maintenance work at Turbine position BB14 which is expected to take approx. 1 day.

     

    Once completed at BURBO BANK1 ‘WIND SERVER’ will then transit across to the ORMONDE WIND FARM, expected 1st / 2nd June, to carry out some maintenance work at Turbine position C02, a further notice regarding the ORMONDE WIND FARM will be issued shortly.

     

    Technicians will be transferred to the turbines by means of a gangway leading from the vessel to the turbine and times spent at each Turbine position are entirely dependent on weather and conditions as well as the direction of the wind and could be altered to accommodate conditions at the time.

     

    Fishermen are requested and advised not to set any gear close to the above-mentioned Turbine position in the lead up to this period of maintenance work.

     

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

     

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know

    ………………………………………………………………………………………..

     

    Attached for information is a picture of ‘WIND SERVER’ both afloat and Jacked-up and all mariners should note that there is a mandatory 500m Safety Zone whenever a Jack-up is pulled-up alongside a Turbine at any of the wind farms but a wide berth, minimum 500 meters, is also requested whenever the vessel can be observed afloat and manoeuvring into position.

     

    Also attached are the latest ‘Kingfisher Awareness Charts’ which give all of the relevant information concerning the BURBO BANK 1 and WALNEY 1 Wind Farms

     

    Please note that the ‘Awareness Charts’ are provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm only and should not be used for navigation.

     

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed.

     

    This can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu .

    ……………………………………………………………………………………….

    FISHING INSIDE THE WIND FARM

     

    A REMINDER OF THE MAILBOX DROP FACILITY THAT HAS BEEN SET UP ENABLING ANY FISHERMEN WITH STATIC GEAR DEPLOYED EITHER INSIDE THE PERIMETER OF OR IN THE CLOSE PROXIMTY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED WIND FARM TO REPORT THE POSITIONS OF THE GEAR TO THE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TEAM IS STILL OPERATIONAL, PLEASE READ BELOW, THIS INFORMATION WILL SUBSEQUENTLY BE RELAYED TO THE CTVs

     

    Please use the E-mail address WF_FishingActivities@dongenergy.co.uk to identify the position/s of the gear providing a contact mobile telephone number which can then be passed on to the service craft so that they can monitor it and also keep clear of it when carrying out their maintenance routines, also arrangements can be made if there is a requirement to move the gear to facilitate any maintenance activity.

     

    If fishing inside the Wind Farm you are advised to use Dhan Buoys anchored towards the middle of the lane with a long weighted feed line rather than Marker Buoys that can be moved by the strong tides and so foul the Turbines.

     

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed – this can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu

    Please also consult the MMO website : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/marking-of-fishing-gear-retrieval-and-notification-of-lost-gear

     

    If in any doubt please contact me

     

    Regards  :  Tom Watson

    Tel………..  Mobile 07903 173 624

                        Home 01253 875565

     

    Awareness Chart 3 - Burbo Bank 2018 (2)
    Awareness Chart 25 - Walney 1 2018
    JACK-UP 'WIND SERVER'

  • Apr162019

    NtM -WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4) OFFSHORE WIND FARM

    WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4) OFFSHORE WIND FARM

    COMPONENT EXCHANGE – TURBINE POSITIONS A05, H04

    The jack up vessel ‘SEAJACKS SCYLLA’, currently on a north about passage from Esbjerg, can be expected on site at the WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4) WIND FARM on or around Sunday 14th to carry out component exchanges at two Turbine positions A05 and H04.

    Depending on the weather and conditions ‘SEAJACKS SCYLLA’ will spend approx. 2 days at each Turbine position and attached for information is a picture of ‘SEAJACKS SCYLLA’ both afloat and Jacked-up.

    Technicians will be transferred to the turbine by means of a gangway leading from the vessel to the turbine.

    There is a mandatory 500m Safety Zone whenever a Jack-Up is pulled-up alongside a Turbine and this applies at any of the wind farms wherever, but a wide berth, minimum 500 meters, is also requested whenever the vessel can be observed afloat and manoeuvring into position.

    Fishermen are requested and advised not to enter the Wind Farm or set any gear close to the above-mentioned Turbine position in the lead up to this period of maintenance work.

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed.

    This can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu .

    Attached is the latest ‘Kingfisher Awareness Chart’ which gives all of the relevant information concerning the WALNEY WIND FARMS 1 to 4

    Please note that the ‘Awareness Chart’ is for provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm only and should not be used for navigation.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested. 

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    ……………………………………………………………………………………….

    FISHING INSIDE THE WIND FARM 

    A REMINDER OF THE MAILBOX DROP FACILITY THAT HAS BEEN SET UP ENABLING ANY FISHERMEN WITH STATIC GEAR DEPLOYED EITHER INSIDE THE PERIMETER OF OR IN THE CLOSE PROXIMTY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED WIND FARM TO REPORT THE POSITIONS OF THE GEAR TO THE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TEAM IS STILL OPERATIONAL, PLEASE READ BELOW, THIS INFORMATION WILL SUBSEQUENTLY BE RELAYED TO THE CTVs

     

    Please use the E-mail address WF_FishingActivities@dongenergy.co.uk to identify the position/s of the gear providing a contact mobile telephone number which can then be passed on to the service craft so that they can monitor it and also keep clear of it when carrying out their maintenance routines, also arrangements can be made if there is a requirement to move the gear to facilitate any maintenance activity.

    If fishing inside the Wind Farm you are advised to use Dhan Buoys anchored towards the middle of the lane with a long weighted feed line rather than Marker Buoys that can be moved by the strong tides and so foul the Turbines.

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed – this can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu

    Please also consult the MMO website : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/marking-of-fishing-gear-retrieval-and-notification-of-lost-gear

    If in any doubt please contact me

    Regards  :  Tom Watson

    Tel………..  Mobile 07903 173 624

                        Home 01253 875565

    25 - Walney 1-4
    EGS Pioneer

  • Apr152019

    Walney Extension -Bathymetric Survey

    POST CONSTRUCTION BATHYMETRIC SURVEY

    WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4)

     All of the Turbines as well as the two Sub-Stations have now been surveyed, ‘EGS PIONEER’ (picture attached) will now concentrate on the two Export Cables and the Export Cable crossings.

    Please refer to the attached Awareness Chart ‘WALNEY 1-4’

    ‘EGS PIONEER’ will continue working on a 24hr day basis as weather and conditions permit.

    This survey will be predominantly Multi Beam Echo Sounder but as ‘EGS PIONEER’ will be using highly sensitive sounding equipment as well as highly sensitive motion sensors and possibly at times the deployment of Side Scan Sonar a wide berth, minimum 500 meters, is requested at all times whenever the vessel is on site and passing vessels are requested to reduce speed if possible, this survey is not expected to interfere with any other vessel.

    A listening watch will be kept on VHF Channels 16 & 12 and ‘EGS PIONEER’ can be contacted for information relating to vessel movement only.

    Fishermen are requested and advised not to enter the Wind Farm or set any gear within the Wind Farm during the survey period, if in any doubt please contact me.

    Attached for information is the ‘Kingfisher Awareness Chart’ which gives all of the relevant information for the WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4) Wind Farm, there is also a picture and the details of ‘EGS PIONEER’.

    Please note that the ‘Awareness Charts’ are provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farms only and should not be used for navigation.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    Regards :  Tom Watson

    Tel………. Mobile 07903 173 624

                      Home 01253 875565

    25 - Walney 1-4
    EGS Pioneer
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  • Feb282019

    BURBO BANK 1 – WALNEY 2 (WOWO2) OFFSHORE WIND FARMS COMPONENT EXCHANGE

    From: Tom Watson
    Sent: 25 February 2019 09:22
    To: Tom Watson
    Subject: BURBO BANK 1 OFFSHORE WIND FARMS – COMPONENT EXCHANGES – TURBINE POSITIONS BURBO BANK1 B33, B16 & BB31 – WALNEY 2 (WOWO2) C10

    Dear All,

    BURBO BANK 1 – WALNEY 2 (WOWO2) OFFSHORE WIND FARMS COMPONENT EXCHANGE

    TURBINE POSITIONS

    BURBO BANK 1 B16, BB33 AND BB31– WALNEY 2 (WOWO2)  C10

    ‘WIND SERVER’ is now on site at BURBO BANK 1 and jacked-up at Turbine position BB16

    Please note that the proposed schedule, i.e. times of arrival and order of Turbines visited as well as the approx. times spent at each Turbine position are dependent on weather and conditions as well as the direction of the wind and could be altered to accommodate conditions at the time

    ………..

    PROPOSED SCHEDULE OF OPERATIONS

    BURBO BANK 1   (3 TURBINE POSITIONS)

    ‘WIND SERVER’ will jack-up first at Turbine position B16 to exchange a gearbox and main bearing, approx. 4/5 days.

    ‘WIND SERVER’ will then transit across to Turbine B33 to exchange a generator, approx. 2 days.

    ‘WIND SERVER’ will then transit across to Turbine BB31 to carry out a gearbox change, approx. 2 days.

    ………………………………………………………………………………

    WALNEY 2 (WOWO2)     (1 TURBINE POSITION)

    Once completed at BURBO BANK 1 ‘WIND SERVER’ will transit across to WALNEY 2 (WOWO2), expected on or around Tuesday 5th. March, to carry out a gearbox exchange at Turbine position C10, approx. 2/3 days, before returning to Holyhead.

    …………………………………………………………………………………

     

    Attached for information is a picture of ‘WIND SERVER’ both afloat and Jacked-up and all mariners should note that there is a mandatory 500m Safety Zone whenever a Jack-up is pulled-up alongside a Turbine at any of the wind farms but a wide berth, minimum 500 meters, is also requested whenever the vessel can be observed afloat and manoeuvring into position.

     

    Fishermen are requested and advised not to enter the Wind Farm or set any gear close to the above-mentioned Turbine position in the lead up to this period of maintenance work.

     

    Also attached are the latest ‘Kingfisher Awareness Charts’ which give all of the relevant information concerning the WALNEY 1, BURBO BANK and WALNEY 2 Wind Farms

     

    Please note that the ‘Awareness Charts’ are provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm only and should not be used for navigation.

     

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed.

     

    This can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu .

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

     

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    ……………………………………………………………………………………….

    FISHING INSIDE THE WIND FARM

     

    A REMINDER OF THE MAILBOX DROP FACILITY THAT HAS BEEN SET UP ENABLING ANY FISHERMEN WITH STATIC GEAR DEPLOYED EITHER INSIDE THE PERIMETER OF OR IN THE CLOSE PROXIMTY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED WIND FARM TO REPORT THE POSITIONS OF THE GEAR TO THE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TEAM IS STILL OPERATIONAL, PLEASE READ BELOW, THIS INFORMATION WILL SUBSEQUENTLY BE RELAYED TO THE CTVs

     

    Please use the E-mail address WF_FishingActivities@dongenergy.co.uk to identify the position/s of the gear providing a contact mobile telephone number which can then be passed on to the service craft so that they can monitor it and also keep clear of it when carrying out their maintenance routines, also arrangements can be made if there is a requirement to move the gear to facilitate any maintenance activity.

     

    If fishing inside the Wind Farm you are advised to use Dhan Buoys anchored towards the middle of the lane with a long weighted feed line rather than Marker Buoys that can be moved by the strong tides and so foul the Turbines.

     

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed – this can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu

     

    Please also consult the MMO website : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/marking-of-fishing-gear-retrieval-and-notification-of-lost-gear

     

    If in any doubt please contact me

     

    Regards  :  Tom Watson

    Tel………..  Mobile 07903 173 624

    Home 01253 875565Awareness Chart 3 - Burbo Bank 2018
    Awareness Chart 26 - Walney 2 2018
    JACK-UP 'WIND SERVER'

  • Jan222019

    Notice to Mariners -Burbo Bank 2 -WAVE RIDER BUOY ANCHOR AND CHAIN LOST ON SEABED

  • Dec202018

    Notice to Mariners -Barrow Offshore Wind Farm -Nav Lights

    Dear All,

    BARROW OFFSHORE WIND FARM – NAVIGATION LIGHTS

     

    All mariners are requested to note that all of the Navigation and Lights at the BARROW OFFSHORE WIND FARM have been reset and are now working as normal.

     

    Attached is the latest ‘Kingfisher Awareness Chart’ which gives all of the relevant information concerning the BARROW OFFSHORE WIND FARM

     

    Please note that the ‘Awareness Chart’ is provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm only and should not be used for navigation.

     

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

     

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

     

    Regards :  Tom Watson

    Tel………. Mobile 07903 173 624

                      Home 01253 875565

    Awareness Chart 1 - Barrow 2018
  • Sep072018

    West of Duddon Sands -Cables -Survey

    WEST of DUDDON SANDS – WOWO3+4 EXPORT CABLES NEARSHORE SURVEY – POST CONSTRUCTION BATHYMETRIC SURVEY – POSITIONS OF REMOVED SHELL FLATS MET MASTS

    CHANGE OF SCHEDULE

     The previously advertised Bathymetric survey, expected to start on or around Monday 10th September at the WEST of DUDDON SANDS WIND FARM, will now start with the survey of the near shore Export Cables of the WALNEY (EXT) WOWO3+4 WIND FARM.

     The third attachment is a small chartlet which shows the area of survey operations, between KP 4.6 and KP 5.8. The area ismarked in WGS84 Format Degrees, Minutes, Decimal and the main focus areas are marked as a red spots.

     All surveys will be carried out by the 10 meter inshore survey vessel ‘EGS WATCHFUL’ (picture attached) working on a 12hr day basis (daylight hours only)

    ………………………………………………………………..

    The Bathymetric Survey at the WEST of DUDDON SANDS WIND FARM will start as soon as the Export Cable survey has completedand this survey will cover all of the Turbine positions, all of the Inter-Array or Infield Cables, the Offshore Sub-Station, the Met Mast and the Export Cable.

     Once completed this survey will be immediately followed by a survey of the two, now removed, Met Masts positions on the Shell Flats

     As ‘EGS WATCHFUL’ will be using highly sensitive Multi-Beam Echo Sounders as well as highly sensitive motion sensors a wide berth, 500 meters, is requested around ‘EGS WATCHFUL’ at all times while on site and passing vessels are requested to reduce speed if possible, these surveys are not expected to interfere with any other vessel.

     Dependant on weather and conditions survey operations are expected to last for approx. 3 to 4 weeks,

     A listening watch will be kept on VHF Channels 16 & 12 and ‘EGS WATCHFUL’ can be contacted for information relating to vessel movement only.

     Attached for information is the ‘Kingfisher Flyer’ which gives all of the relevant information concerning the WEST of DUDDON SANDS WIND FARM including the Export Cable routes, there is also a picture of ‘EGS WATCHFUL’ also attached is the small chartlet showing the now removed Met Mast positions on the Shell Flats.

     Please note that the ‘Flyers’ and chartlets are for provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm and surveys only and should not be used for navigation.

     Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

     If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    Regards :  Tom Watson

    Tel………. Mobile 07903 173 624

    Home 01253 875565

    Attachments:

    ShellFlatsMetMastsLocation_20171218
    SURVEY VESSEL - 'EGS WATCHFUL'
    West_of_Duddon_Sands_2015_LRes
    WOW032295_WOW0304_ExportCables_Area of Operations_20180501

  • Sep032018

    Ormonde Wind Farm -Diving Operations

    Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 11:24 AM

    ORMONDE WIND FARM – ONGOING DIVING OPERATONS

     The underwater (sub-sea) inspections and repair work to the boat landing facilities at Turbine positions in this Wind Farm are ongoing and will continue during periods of slack or low tides as long as weather and conditions are favourable.

     No diving will be carried out during the period of high or strong tides.

    The Dive Support vessel is the 14meter Bay Towage vessel ‘ARGUS-G’ and the ALPHA FLAG will be flown whenever DIVERS are in the water.

    A 500 meter safety exclusion distance is requested around this vessel at all times whenever it is observed to be on site.

     The following Turbines have all be cleared on both North and South sides :

    A String : A01, A02, A03, A04, A05, A06

    B String : B01, B04, B05, B06, B07, B08

    C String : C07,

    D String : D01, D02, D03, D05, D06,

    All remaining turbines require clearance on the North side of the turbines.

    DIVERS will access Turbine position according to the conditions of weather and tide at the time and because of this fishermen are requested and advised to avoid setting any pots within 500 meters of any of the Turbines that are not on the Turbines completed list, if in doubt please contact me. 

    A listening watch will be kept on VHF Channels 16 & 12 and ‘ARGUS-G’ can be contacted for information relating to DIVING OPERATIONS only

    Fishermen using pots are requested to move their gear away from any Turbines that have not been cleared to at least 500 meters, if in doubt please contact me.

    Weekly notices will be broadcast giving the progress of the works.

    Attached is the ‘Kingfisher Flyer’ which gives all of the relevant information concerning the ORMONDE WIND FARM there is also a picture of ‘ARGUS-G’.

    Please note that the ‘Flyer’ is for provided for information purposes relating to the Wind Farm only and should not be used for navigation.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    ……………………………………………………………………………………….

    FISHING INSIDE THE WIND FARM

    For more information on the boundaries of the 50 metre Advisory Safety distances please ensure that you have the latest KIS-ORCA information installed – this can be downloaded from www.KIS-ORCA.eu

    Please also consult the MMO website : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/marking-of-fishing-gear-retrieval-and-notification-of-lost-gear

    If fishing inside the Wind Farm you are advised to use Dhan Buoys anchored towards the middle of the lane with a long weighted feed line rather than Marker Buoys that can be moved by the strong tides and so foul the Turbines.

    A REMINDER OF THE MAILBOX DROP FACILITY THAT HAS BEEN SET UP ENABLING ANY FISHERMEN WITH STATIC GEAR DEPLOYEDEITHER INSIDE THE PERIMETER OF OR IN THE CLOSE PROXIMTY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED WIND FARM TO REPORT THE POSITIONS OF THE GEAR TO THE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TEAM IS STILL OPERATIONAL, THIS INFORMATION WILL SUBSEQUENTLY BE RELAYED TO THE CTVs

    Please use the E-mail address WF_FishingActivities@dongenergy.co.uk to identify the position/s of the gear providing a contact mobile telephone number which can then be passed on to the service craft so that they can monitor it and also keep clear of it when carrying out their maintenance routines, also arrangements can be made if there is a requirement to move the gear to facilitate any maintenance activity.

    If in any doubt please contact me

    Regards  :  Tom Watson

    Tel………..  Mobile 07903 173 624

                        Home 01253 875565

    Attachments:

    DIVE SUPPORT VESSEL 'ARGUS-G' (2)
    Ormonde (2)
    Ormonde (2)

  • May032018

    Cable Maintenance Works -Lune Deep

    Subject: WALNEY EXTENSION (WOWO3+4) – SURVEY AND CABLE MAINTENANCE WORKS – LUNE DEEP/HEYSHAM LAKE AREA

    Dear All,

    SURVEY AND CABLE MAINTENANCE WORKS

    WOWO3 – WOWO4 EXPORT CABLES – LUNE DEEP/ HEYSHAM LAKE AREA

    Survey and cable maintenance works will be ongoing at positions between KP4.6 and KP5.8 on both the WOWO3 Export Cable and the WOWO4 Export Cable.

    These areas of operations are in the Lune Deep/Heysham Lake area and all mariners are requested and advised to please mark the below positions on their chart/plotter and keep clear.

    Attached is a small chartlet which shows the area of operations between KP 4.6 and KP 5.8 in WGS84 Format Degrees, Minutes, Decimal, the main focus areas are marked as a red spot.

    Area to mark on the chart/plotter and keep clear :

                                                               KP 4.6                                                     KP 5.8        

    WOWO 3 Export Cable –    Lat     54        00.10N                                  Lat    53       59.73N    

                                                 Long   002      57.60W                                 Long 002     58.51W 

    WOWO4 Export Cable –     Lat    54       00.18N                                    Lat      53     59.78N                

                                                 Long    002     57.65W                                  Long 002     58.60W

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about any of the above or require any further information, also please pass this information to any of your colleagues who you think might be interested.

    If you know of any fisherman who works the area and does not receive this information or anybody else who would benefit from this information please let me know.

    Regards :  Tom Watson

    Tel………. Mobile 07903 173 624

                      Home 01253 875565

    WOW032295_WOW0304_ExportCables_Area of Operations_20180501
  • Apr302018

    Eskmeals Firing Range -May dates