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The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has issued a report on safety analysis for high-speed offshore vessels carrying up to 60 persons, which can be used to harmonise safety on board offshore vessels carrying wind turbine technicians.
One of the primary drivers of non-access days at offshore wind farms is wave height, and new generation crew transfer vessels (CTVs) with a larger wave height operating range would be expected to bring non-access days down for sites with higher mean monthly Hs, according to the SPARTA Portfolio Review 2016, launched by ORE Catapult on 28 March.
Danish transmission system operator Energinet.dk is looking for a provider of manned crew transfer vessels (CTVs) for the transportation of service crews between the harbors of Klintholm/Rødsand and the Kriegers Flak platforms KFA and KFB in the Baltic Sea.
CWind has invested in what is the company’s largest crew transfer vessel (CTV) to date, a 2015-built, 24.7 metre catamaran, re-named to CWind Phantom.
A consortium of European offshore wind and maritime industry players has initiated a project aimed at improving safety and productivity of technicians performing service activities on offshore wind farms by widening the weather window for Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) use.
Vattenfall has once again contracted Danish crew transfer vessel (CTV) operator KEM Offshore for a long-term charter of two CTVs which will service the 160MW Horns Rev 1 offshore wind farm in the Danish North Sea.