Singapore’s Strategic Marine shipyard has booked an order to build a BMT-designed, hybrid-ready StratCat 27 crew transfer vessel (CTV). The order has been placed by the LD Tide joint venture between France’s
Belfast, Northern Ireland, based Artemis Technologies is leading a demonstrator project to prove the offshore wind industry capabilities of its first electric foiling crew transfer vessel (CTV) and daughter craft, the Artemis
Harbor trials of an innovative offshore charging system promise to open the way for battery-powered vessels to charge directly from offshore wind turbines or substations. This, in turn, could lead the way
France’s Louis Dreyfus Armateurs and its U.K.-based partner Tidal Transit have won another offshore wind Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) services contract for the Saint Nazaire offshore wind farm. It follows the two-CTV
France’s Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group and has partnered with U.K.-based Tidal Transit to sign a contract with GE Renewable Energy (GE) for two Crew Transfer Vessels for the Saint-Nazaire offshore wind farm.