OCTOBER 15, 2018 — Major companies involved in the development of U.S. offshore wind farms need confidence in the availability of proven vessel concepts, as they continue to explore opportunities and justify
U.K. headquartered HST Marine has taken delivery of the HST Ella, the first hybrid version of the successful Chartwell 24 offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) design from Southampton, U.K. naval architect
The offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) Atlantic Endeavor, owned and operated by Quonset Point, R.I., based Atlantic Wind Transfers (AWT) has recently been delivered to support Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore
Southampton, U.K., based Chartwell Marine has signed a contract to design and deliver a new hybrid Chartwell 24 offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) for Swansea, Wales, headquartered High Speed Transfers, Ltd.
North Kingston, R.I., headquartered offshore wind farm support company Atlantic Wind Transfers has placed an order with Warren, R.I., shipyard Blount Boats for two state-of the-art Chartwell 24 Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs).
U.K. offshore energy support vessel (OESV) operator, Seacat Services, has taken up its option to build a second Chartwell 24 catamaran for the offshore wind sector. Construction of the vessel, to be
Back in October last year, U.K. naval architectural consultancy Chartwell Marine unveiled a crew transfer vessel design aimed at the U.S. offshore wind market (see earlier story). Now the firm reports that
Edinburgh, Scotland, based start-up Zelim has taken a significant step forward in its plans to develop a complete lifesaving system for the offshore wind industry. The company (formerly called Offshore Survival Systems)
Daughter craft are used by the offshore wind industry to safely transfer technicians between the in-field service operation vessel (SOV), where they live while working offshore, to the wind turbines to undertake
With offshore wind being widely seen as a pathway to decarbonization, it’s inevitable that reducing the carbon footprint of operations at the wind farms themselves will come in for increasing attention. Cowes,