Working alongside Neptune Marine, we are extremely delighted to announce that Neptune’s latest jack up barge, the Eurojack 3923 is the newest addition to our expansive fleet.

The Eurojack 3923 is designed specifically for the renewables industry and heavy civil engineering sector and has the ability to carry out works in the operations and maintenance sector with a maximum deck load of 800 tonnes. The barge itself is one of the most versatile barges in the UK. It has a leg length of 56 metres and a maximum crane self-weight of 375 tonnes.

Nick Offord, Managing Director at Red7Marine, comments: “With the rapid growth in the industry, we felt it was necessary to invest in a barge that could withstand the demands of our hard work. The team at Red7Marine is always committed to innovation so providing our workers with the best resources is the least we can do.”

The monohull jack-up barge will be assisting with the construction of the jetty at Hinkley Point nuclear power station, a current Red7Marine project. The barge will provide the team with a secure platform from which the construction can take place.
The renewables energy market is rapidly expanding and so is our client led demand in the sector. The barge is able to provide a practical and necessary solution for various projects such as that at Hinkley Point and has now filled a niche gap in the market. The Eurojack 3923 can operate within top end of heavy civil operations in the UK and can cover a large range of water depths.

For more information on the Eurojack 3923 please download the spec sheet here – http://www.red7marine.co.uk/wp-content/themes/paspective/pdf/EUROJACK-UP-3923.pdf