EMS Maritime Offshore (EMO) has sold its crew transfer vessels (CTVs) Windea One and Windea Two to undisclosed clients.
Windea One was handed over to its new owner at the end of September and will in the future be used as a supply vessel in Russian waters off Murmansk.
Its sister vessel Windea Two was handed over to the new owner in mid-October. The CTV was loaded onto a heavy load vessel in the port of Emden and transported to Japan, where it will be used on local offshore wind projects.
“Both ships have served us faithfully. We wish WINDEA one and WINDEA two all the best and always enough water under the keel,” said Marcel Diekmann, Managing Director of EMO.
With the sale of the vessels, EMO said it is pursuing the long-term goal of adapting its fleet of service vessels to market requirements in terms of quantity and technical specifications.