The KenzFigee subsea cranes provide a reliable and exceptional solution for subsea installations operating in increasingly deeper water and more demanding conditions.

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Subsea cranes

Subsea installations or vessels require the use of specially equipped cranes to support all necessary tasks or activities. Based on the extensive experience gained in designing and manufacturing of offshore cranes, KenzFigee offers tailor-made solutions for a variety of subsea installations.

The KenzFigee cranes are the answer to the specific needs of many clients operating in the subsea market, and offer superior characteristics.

KenzFigee can offer the following fit-for-purpose subsea cranes:

Reliability and Safety are paramount in the KenzFigee designs.

Boom Hoist


  • Client: POSH
  • Vessel: Enterprise
  • SWL: 120 t

Boom Hoist


  • Client: Maersk
  • Vessel: Winner
  • SWL: 200 t

Boom Hoist


  • Client: Subsea7
  • Vessel: Seven Mar
  • SWL: 300 t

2x  Knuckle Boom


  • Client: Heerema Marine Contractors
  • Vessel: Aegir
  • SWL: 50 t & 200 t

2x Knuckle Boom

  • Client: POSH
  • Vessel: Mallard & Pintail
  • SWL: 120 t

Ram Luffing


  • Client: Subsea 7
  • Vessel: Seven Condor
  • SWL: 30 t

Ram Luffing

  • Client: Boskalis
  • Vessel: Constructor
  • SWL: 100 t
KenzFigee introduces next generation subsea crane

KenzFigee, a well-established supplier and service provider of tailor-made marine, offshore and wind energy equipment, is proud to introduce the next generation knuckle boom subsea crane. This next g...

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KenzFigee starts crane overhaul on FPSO 'TRITON'

KenzFigee is pleased to announce to have been awarded a contract for the refurbishment of a Ram Luffing crane on board Dana Petroleum’s FPSO ‘Triton’, for which the engineering activities alread...

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Another crane refurbishment contract

Maja Stuwadoors in Amsterdam awarded KenzFigee a service contract for a complete refurbishment of the boom sections and slewing drives of the 25 tons ‘Cornelis Tromp’ lemniscate harbor crane.

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