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Ørsted has awarded MH-O&Co with contracts to supply three crew transfer vessels (CTVs) to Ørsted’s 1.2GW Hornsea Project One located off Grimsby in the UK part of North Sea.
Vattenfall is seeking crew transfer vessels (CTVs) to assist during the construction and operations and maintenance of the 406MW Horns Rev 3 wind farm in the Danish North Sea.
Damen Shipyards Group signed a contract with High Speed Transfers (HST) for a Fast Crew Supplier (FCS) 2710 during the Global Wind Summit in Hamburg.
FlyShip, a Germany-based company which made news in 2016 with its novel (air)craft, has announced that it is about to receive its first order and will subsequently start producing first crafts of the FS-100 class. Upon informing of the upcoming order, FlyShip said it was looking at offshore wind crew transfer operations as one of the areas where its technology could be used.
A new joint industry project led by ASV Global is set to explore the technical, regulatory and societal issues of using autonomous surface vessels, integrated with existing manned shipping operations, to support offshore wind farm operations and maintenance.
Damen Shipyards Group is rolling out a new Fast Crew Supplier class – the FCS 2710 – an upgraded version of its FCS 2610. The first FCS 2710 is already under construction at Damen Shipyards Gorinchem and will be delivered to High Speed Transfers (HST) in July 2018.
Five crew transfer vessels (CTVs) owned and operated by Turbine Transfers Limited were beached and suffered damage as Storm Emma was ravaging through Holyhead Marina.
Ad Hoc Marine Designs has introduced a new 41m Walk to Work (W2W) SWATH Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV), capable of being at sea for up to two weeks with 24 technicians onboard, accommodated in their own individual cabins.
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd. (BOWL) has begun the works on the disused corner of Wick Harbour which will become the base for the crew transfer vessels (CTVs) working on the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind farm.
Windcat Workboats have signed a long-term contract with CrewVessel.com, who will supply a business process and information management system to the crew transfer vessel operator.
UK-based Offshore Transfer Devices, developer of the Tube Docking Device (TDD) transfer system, is now looking to partner with an established marine engineering firm to help refine the patented product and bring it to the commercial market.
Managing the working and rest hours of crews whilst ensuring the successful completion of technician transfers continues to pose a significant challenge in the safe operation of offshore wind crew transfer vessels (CTVs), according to the National Workboat Association (NWA).
Wales-based Turbine Transfers has won a contract to provide Tideway B.V., part of DEME Group, with four crew transfer vessels (CTVs) for the Merkur offshore wind farm project in the German North Sea.