Rhode Island headquartered U.S. offshore wind farm support pioneer Atlantic Wind Transfers (AWT) has ordered six Chartwell Ambitious-class crew transfer vessels (CTVs). They will be built by St. John’s Ship Building Inc.
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Rhode Island-based offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) owner and operator Atlantic Wind Transfers (AWT) plans to be to be at the forefront in providing crew transfer services up and down the
Atlantic Wind Transfers, based in Quonset Point, R.I., has secured its second long-term Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) contract in the U.S. to provide offshore marine support services for the Siemens Gamesa offshore