In this study, a new claw-pole type transverse flux superconducting generator topology is presented. The machine has a stationary superconducting field winding, which eliminates electrical brushes and cryocouplers. The machine is specifically designed for low-speed high torque applications such as large offshore wind turbines. The proposed machine is robust and has a modular structure. A 30 kW, 100 rpm prototype is planned to be manufactured to prove the concept. MgB2, YBCO, and BSSCO wires are compared in terms of wire length, operating temperature, and critical temperature. The magnetic flux penetrating into superconducting wire has been simulated using 3D FEA software. Moreover, mechanical loads are estimated and the deflections in the structure are analysed.