Jan De Nul’s ‘Vole au Vent’ Ready for Nobelwind

Jan De Nul’s ‘Vole au Vent’ Ready for Nobelwind

The vessel, named Vole au Vent, was renamed in the Port of Ostend – the base port for the Nobelwind (Bligh Bank Phase 2) project – in the presence of Jan De Nul Group and Parkwind, the developer of the Nobelwind project

After the naming ceremony, Her Majesty the Queen paid a visit to the bridge and crew of the vessel together with the Jan De Nul family, Carl Decaluwé, Governor of West Flanders, Johan Vande Lanotte, Mayor of Ostend, and Bart Tommelein, Secretary of State.

After the delegation had left the vessel, the Vole au Vent immediately returned to a nearby quay in the port to resume the activities for the Nobelwind project.

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