Acta Centaurus Starts Sea Trials

Acta Marine's offshore wind service vessel Acta Centaurus left Ulstein Verft in Norway on Saturday, 6 April, to start her sea trials.

The tests carried out so far have been successful, according to Ulstein's project manager.

The 93-metre vessel has a 3,200t load capacity, a 6m draft, and will provide accommodation for up to 120 persons. The vessel is also equipped with a hybrid battery pack, a helideck, and a telescopic traffic compensation system.

Once delivered, Acta Centaurus will join Acta Auriga and Acta Orion as the third vessel in the Acta fleet dedicated to walk-to-work, offshore logistics and accommodation services for clients in the offshore renewable and offshore energy industry.

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