The Baltic 1 wind farm project

Wind turbine B2 at EnBW Baltic 1 fed the first kWh of electricity into the grid at 9:55 a.m. on the 3th of April 2011. A key moment, because it is the first commercial German offshore wind farm. 16 kilometers north of the Darß/Zingst peninsula in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, EnBW Baltic 1 set the course for a renewable energy system of the future. The 21 turbines deliver a total output of 48.3 MW. Around 185 million kWh of electricity is generated annually on an area covering around 7 km². EnBW Baltic 1 can thus cover the aggregate annual electricity requirements of around 50.000 households, while preventing 167.000 tons of harmful CO₂ being released into the environment.

Eos Maritime provided personnel in the Marshalling Harbour and on board the Marine Diving Spread for the secondary works in order to help install this offshore windfarm in a safe and efficient manner.


  • Location: Baltic Sea, 16 km north of the island of Rugen
  • Finished on the 3th of April 2011
  • Site: 7 km²
  • Wind turbines: Siemens SWT-2.3-93
  • Amount: 21
  • Total output: 48.3 MW

With the help of EOS Maritime (by that time still called European Offshore Services) the Contractor was managed in order to deliver safe, according schedule and within specs with empty snagging lists.

EOS Maritime delivered the Superintendents for the secondary works and for the works in the Marshalling Harbour to the Contractor and was responsible for the handovers of the installed- and completed foundations towards the developer.