Alicat Workboats recently announced that contracts have been signed with Renewable Energy Support Ltd. (RES) for the construction of ‘MCS SWATH 2’, a 26m Typhoon SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull) Crew Transfer Vessel for the offshore wind industry.
The 26m Typhoon Class SWATH ordered by UK-based Renewable Energy Support Ltd (RES Ltd) has been successfully delivered to operators Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd (MCS) after completing final sea trials.
Fleet development at UK-based support vessel supplier, Maritime Craft Services (MCS), continues with the company’s recent upgrade of MCS Zephyr’s engines.
BOWind has awarded the survey inspection and remedial works contract for the Barrow Offshore Wind Farm export cable to subsea cable specialists, Offshore Marine Management (OMM). OMM has also been awarded the cable surveys contract for Burbo Bank by developer DONG Energy.
Scotland’s Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd (MCS) has just completed a major refit and upgrade on its jumbo multicat/dive support vessel MCS Ailsa.
Maritime Craft Services (MCS) is focusing on the booming offshore windfarm market with £4.5m of funding for the expansion of its fleet and workforce.
The Haifa Port Company (HPC) has awarded the contract for a 70 tonne bollard pull Voith Schneider tractor tug to the Spanish Zamakona Yards Group.
The UK’s Maritime Craft Services (MCS) Ltd has taken delivery of its first Damen Multi Cat 3013, making the company one of the largest operators of Damen vessels in the world, with 14 vessels in its fleet.
Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) have taken delivery of their first Multi Cat 3013 adding to the Scottish company’s Damen built fleet and the first delivery from the Dutch builder’s Sharjah shipyard which opened in 2014.