Offshore Wind Farm vessels

Everybody wants a piece of the Offshore Wind Industry:

Normally used to transport yachts, but everybody needs to step in to help to develop renewable energy as fast as possible:

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MV YACHT SERVANT loaded with 90 windmill Blades for Vestas in Puerto Brisa

She shows the scars from a hard time working off USEC:


GEOQUIP SAENTIS (ex TOISA VIGILANT) arrived in Vlissingen Sloehaven from
New Bedford (US) heading for Shipyard Reimerswaal.
Photo: Wim Kosten Sr (c)


Geoquip Saentis, formerly Toisa Vigilant

New pipelay vessel under construction at Qingdao Wuchuan Heavy in China for Shanghai Salvage Co. Ltd. Due for delivery Aug. 2023 and intended to be on long term charter to Norwegian Offshore Construction Contractor Havfram:



Illustration by building yard

Shen Da Hao - Broschoure

First vessel for the newly established Norwind Offshore,

Norwind Breeze is out on her first sea trial after conversion at Vard Brattvåg:

All Norwegian designed PSVs and many other types of vessels have passive anti.roll tanks,
A number of them have been converted to SOVs

More “double X” CSOVs for Acta Marine:

This time to be powered by Methanol and built at Tersan Yard, Turkey, but still designed by Ulstein.

Hybrid heavy transport vessel for the offshore wind industry:

The venture was created in 2021, under which Crowley will own and operate the vessels crewed by US mariners, while Crowley and Esvagt will share in the financials of the venture.

Meanwhile in Europe: