Acta Marine’s New CSOV for French Offshore Wind Market

Acta Marine, the owner and operator of construction service operations vessels (CSOVs) for the offshore wind industry, will deliver one of its four CSOVs currently being built in Turkey under a French flag.

An visualization of the Acta Pegasus construction service operations vessel
CSOV Acta Pegasus; Image courtesy of Acta Marine

The fourth vessel in Acta Marine’s fleet currently under construction at Tersan Shipyard, CSOV Acta Pegasus, will fly the French flag, the Dutch company said in June.

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Acta Pegasus is an Ulstein SX216 design and features an optimised hull form and the ability to use (e-)methanol as the main fuel.

The CSOV has a length of 89.9 metres, a beam of 19.2 metres, and can accommodate up to 135 people on board. It features a walk-to-work motion-compensated gangway, a 3D-motion compensated crane for cargo transfer, and it can carry a daughter craft for in-wind farm transfers.

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“Given our growing position and operations in the French market, we will invest in recruiting and training a team of highly skilled French maritime professionals to operate this state-of-the-art vessel. By employing local talent, we aim to support the French workforce, foster local expertise, and ensure the highest standards of safety, hospitality, and efficiency in our operations,” Acta Marine said in a press release on 24 June.


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