Join Marine Log for a webinar on June 16, 2021 at 2 p.m. EDT | 11 a.m. PDT. Charlie Donadio, CEO and owner of Atlantic Wind Transfers; Andy Page, managing director at Chartwell Marine; and Heather Ervin, editor in chief of Marine Log, will explore in more depth how the U.S. offshore wind’s maritime supply chain is developing and how cross-Atlantic collaboration will be key in developing the next wave of offshore wind vessels in the U.S. Register now >
The Atlantic Endeavor crew transfer vessel (CTV), owned and operated by Atlantic Wind Transfers, America’s first CTV operator, has recently been delivered to support Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind pilot wind farm.
Pioneering next-generation vessel designer Chartwell Marine, headquartered in the United Kingdom, oversaw the vessel’s construction despite travel restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic. Chartwell Marine used data-driven analytics to foster an open and collaborative process with Atlantic Wind Transfers and U.S. commercial boat builder Blount Boats & Shipyard in Rhode Island.
With several gigawatts of offshore wind capacity to be installed the next few years, the U.S. offshore wind sector must rapidly build out its maritime supply chain to ensure new projects can be constructed, operated and maintained effectively.
Tune in to the webinar to learn about:
- Chartwell Marine’s history in Europe and subsequent work in the U.S., covering Atlantic Wind Transfers and Blount Boats
- The current state of play in the U.S. offshore wind maritime supply chain, including emerging trends
- How vessels designed for operation in the U.S. may differ from European designs, and why
- How the digital revolution in offshore wind’s maritime supply chain is unlocking a new wave of innovation through international collaboration
- The importance of international collaboration in offshore wind
- President and Founder
- Atlantic Wind Transfers
- Managing Director
- Chartwell Marine
- Editor In Chief
- Marine Log