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Apprenticeship scheme seeks to bring offshore wind opportunities to a wider range of young people and help close a nation-wide skills gap
With applications closing on the 10th of April, UKSA and IoW College partner with the vessel operator to deliver thorough two-year crewmate training course
BAR Technologies’ patented FOSS system sets standard for hydrofoil CTVs aboard Chartwell CTV ‘Seacat Sceptre’
Seacat Weatherly began its assignments earlier this quarter to support Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activity for the Moray East service team working at the 100-turbine, 950MW capacity wind farm.
Vessel sees immediate 28% reduction in CO2 emissions during transit and first days of operation, highlighting potential for wider adoption of alternative fuels in offshore wind
Next-generation Chartwell 24 catamaran joins its sister vessel at Scotland’s largest operational wind farm
Seacat Services launches new Offshore Energy Support Vessel Apprenticeship Programme in association with UKSA and the Isle of Wight College
Addition of BAR Technologies’ advanced foil optimisation and stability system (FOSS) to Chartwell 24 enhances a proven formula for offshore wind vessel support
Offshore energy support vessel operator invests in innovative multi-hull BARTech 30 CTV designed by BAR Technologies in partnership with Chartwell Marine to meet increasing demands for fuel efficiency
CWind Taiwan acquires pair of class-certified 24m CTVs from Seacat Services as market collaborates to meet regional demand for high-quality vessel support
Seacat Services kicks off long-term 3-vessel charter with Equinor to support long-term operations at Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm
Offshore energy support vessel operator signs a 2-year charter with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (Siemens Gamesa) to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) support at Beatrice Offshore Windfarm
OESV operator amongst the first to achieve new ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 14001: 2015 accreditations, renewing commitment to highest operational standards
Seacat Ranger, a highly versatile catamaran owned and operated by class-leading Offshore Energy Service Vessel (OESV) operator, Seacat Services, has been chartered by Galloper Wind Farm Ltd.
Lowestoft, 13th June 2017 – Greater Gabbard Offshore Winds Ltd (GGOWL), a joint venture between SSE and Innogy, has awarded class-leading offshore energy support vessel (OESV) operator, Seacat Services, with a long-term contract to provide Operations & Maintenance (O&M) support at the 140-turbine, 504 MW Greater Gabbard wind farm, located off the coast of Suffolk.
Seacat Services, and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (Siemens Gamesa), have signed a 2-year charter deal to support early Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activity at the 336MW Galloper Wind Farm.
Ahead of the major offshore wind construction phase beginning in April this year, the business has moved into a new purpose-designed headquarters in Cowes and continued to strengthen its support team.
Class-leading offshore energy support vessel operator, Seacat Services, is preparing to launch its first High Speed Utility Vessel (HSUV), Seacat Enterprise. The 27m South Boats IoW catamaran is a new category of vessel for the offshore wind market, designed to provide both rapid crew transfer and wide-ranging logistical support for extended periods at sea.
Class-leading crew transfer operator signs second, multi-vessel construction support contract with DONG Energy
OESV operator responds to offshore industry demand with increased capacity vessel
Offshore energy support vessel operator celebrates launch of largest class-certified, tank-tested catamaran to date, building on unparalleled comfort and safety standards
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