A submerged tension-leg-platform for offshore wind turbine combined with a heaving type point absorber wave energy converter is analysed considering different configurations of array of wave energy converters. A time domain simulation is performed for the combined platform using fully coupled aero-hydro-servo-elastic simulation. The analysis is performed to study the effect of different combinations of wave energy converters on the responses of the proposed system. The responses considered for the study include the six degrees of motion along with tower base bending moment and shear force of the combined wind and wave energy platform. The study will provide an insight into the dynamic motions of the floating wind and wave concept under operating condition, which will help the designers to develop better design standards.