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26 August 2016 Operations & Maintenance, R&D, Technology, Vessels

Dalby Offshore is currently trialling a new system for motion and impact monitoring of offshore vessels, Oceanic Dynamics, on the recently delivered crew transfer vessel Dalby Ouse. Oceanic Dynamics is created by UK Electronic Solutions, part of NSSLGlobal Group, and is designed to protect the longevity of offshore assets by monitoring and reporting vessel impact on structures, passenger comfort […]

21 July 2016 Vessels

Dalby Offshore's latest vessel – the Dalby Ouse – was delivered to its owner on 8 July in Great Yarmouth, two weeks after the official naming of the vessel at Seawork 2016. The vessel has left the Alicat Workboats yard and commenced its first employment with immediate effect from Trinity Quay, Dalby’s joint venture facility with the Gardline Shipping […]

24 June 2016 Vessels

The 26-metre wind farm service vessel (WFSV) Dalby Ouse was officially named at the Seawork International Exhibition in Southampton on 14 June. The aluminium catamaran has now returned to Great Yarmouth for final acceptance and delivery trials and is expected to be delivered to Dalby Offshore in the coming weeks. The Ouse is the first 26 metre South Boats IOW […]

24 May 2016 Vessels

Dalby Offshore's new 26m aluminium catamaran Dalby Ouse, a South Boats IOW 26m Jet built by Alicat Workboats was launched yesterday.  The vessel is the first 26-metre South Boats’ design to be built by sister builder Alicat Workboats in Great Yarmouth. This will be the twelfth vessel in Dalby's fleet, which it will join in June. The Dalby Ouse is powered by Twin […]

4 May 2016

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11 February 2016 Vessels

The wheelhouse for Dalby Offshore's new vessel, the Dalby Ouse, is taking shape. The 26m Wind Farm Service Vessel (WFSV) is being built by Alicat Workboats according to the design by South Boats IoW. The Dalby Ouse is the first 26-metre South Boats' design to be built by sister builder Alicat Workboats in Great Yarmouth. The vessel will […]

24 October 2017 Technology, Vessels

Following a trial of the UK Electronic Solutions' Oceanic Dynamics system, Dalby Offshore has decided to install the motion and impact monitoring system on three more crew transfer vessels (CTVs).

29 February 2016 Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance, Vessels

Dalby Offshore Services will move its headquarters to Endeavor Wharf at Whitby Port and start to develop the site as Yorkshire’s renewables and offshore services centre following last week's decision of Scarborough Borough Council Cabinet to lease the site to the company. Including offices, a marine control centre and a public exhibition space, Dalby hopes […]

14 January 2016 Vessels

Great Yarmouth-based Alicat Workboats has received an order from Dalby Offshore for the purchase of a new 26-metre Wind Farm Service Vessel (WFSV). The 26m aluminium catamaran, to be named the Dalby Ouse, will be the eighth vessel Alicat Workboats will have built for Dalby Offshore, and will be Dalby's twelfth vessel in the fleet. It […]

9 July 2015 Operations & Maintenance

Group Ginger has been appointed to design Dalby Offshore's renewable centre, following a competitive tender. To be built on Endeavour Wharf, in the centre of Whitby, the new building(s) will house Dalby’s headquarters and also will act as a combined centre for operations and maintenance, marine control, training and public exhibition. Stuart McNiven, Managing Director […]

24 November 2014 Wind Farm Update

The Dalby Swale has been contracted by Siemens to work on the London Array Wind Farm. The Swale was chosen for her versatility in carrying cargo and passenger comfort. The vessel is 23m long with a residual mounted wheelhouse and saloon, and a sprint speed of 30knts and cruises at 24knts. The Dalby Swale is the […]

15 August 2014

Dalby Offshore is a Co-Sponsor of the Scarborough Yacht Club Team in the Row Race from Scarborough to Whitby (approx. 21 miles) on Saturday 16th August. All money raised is going to the Scarborough Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). The race named the Colin Bell Lifeboat Row is in memory of Colin Bell and is an […]

31 July 2014

Dalby Offshore opened a new office in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The office has beautiful views of the North Sea and is based in the 'Toll House' The historic building was built in 1900 to help raise money towards the cost of constructing the Marine Drive. The Mayor of the Borough of Scarborough opened the office […]

3 June 2014

Dalby Offshores latest jet vessels the 23m 'Dalby Swale' and the 21m 'Dalby Wharfe have a very successful sea trials offshore at Great Yarmouth both with a top speed of 32 Knots. Steve Bartram, Dalby Offshore Operations Manager said: "Both vessels have the revolutionary interceptor plate stability control system, the lowest noise levels recorded for […]

15 November 2011 Technology

Alnmaritec, the specialist aluminium boat builder based in Northumberland, recently announced the delivery of ‘Dalby Esk’ the second of the new ‘Wave Master ‘class of wind farm support vessels, to Dalby Offshore Renewables. The new vessel has a multi-purpose capability for survey and dive support as well as wind farm service roles and she already […]

4 June 2014 Business & Finance

While the East of England energy industry is poised for a massive portion of the £50bn capital investment over the coming decades, there are signs that the region's businesses are already spending a small fortune to ensure they are properly prepared to fight for a slice of the cake. "There's clearly tremendous confidence and professional […]

20 June 2013

As we reported yesterday, Alicat Workboats and South Boats IOW have teamed up for Seawork International 2013 next week  in Southampton, where the two companies will have their latest boats on display. According to the latest information that Offshore WIND has received from the companies, Alicat Workboats and South Boats IOW will be having naming […]

3 April 2012

The one sector of the whole offshore wind energy industry where the British Isles stand in a commanding position is in the building of wind farm support vessels, of all shapes and sizes. The name “British Isles” is used because it includes the Republic of Ireland, and the yards there, including Arklow Marine, and Safehaven Marine, are just as much […]