The Resolution can lower the six enormous poles on the side of the ship to the bottom of the North Sea. The ship then pushes itself up out of the water until its hull lies above the waves. It can do this to a maximum water depth of 35 metres. The position of the vessel is then firm enough to raise complete wind turbines using a 95-metre high crane and to place them in the sea. Croon carried out the electrical maintenance and a number of major overhauls on this unique ship; work which is so difficult to oversee that most of our competitors would not dare to do it. However, we were happy to take on this contract because we consider sustainability to be of paramount importance. In addition to service contracts, we are also involved in initiating, design and completion of ships and oil platforms, for example.