The offshore wind industry will soon launch its latest reference guide: the Offshore WIND Vessel Directory 2016.
This third edition of the directory, produced in close cooperation with the vessel builders and operators in the industry, offers an updated overview of the available vessels in the market and, for the first time includes the Multicat vessels as a new category.
The guide will be officially launched on the first day of Seawork International, 14 June in Southampton, United Kingdom and available for free at Navingo’s stand, P1.
The Offshore WIND Vessel Directory 2016, in its third year, continues to grow both in size and readers, reflecting the increasing size of the industry.
Besides the new Multicat-category, the directory also includes Crew Transfer Vessels, Installation & Construction Vessels, Cable Layers and Accommodation Vessels. Editorial contributions will be relevant to the current status of the industry.
The directory is sent to the subscribers of Offshore WIND magazine and will be distributed at international events throughout the year.
The guide is produced and published by the Offshore WIND team part of Navingo, a media company that also publishes the Offshore WIND Magazine and organises the annual Offshore WIND Conference.
The conference this year will be held on 24 and 25 October at the RAI in Amsterdam as part of Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (25 and 26 October 2016).
For inquiries regarding the Vessel Directory, magazine or conference, please contact Dick Hill at email@example.com