Smallest ever surface effect workboat

ESNA claims that in addition to its sea-going capabilities this new daughter craft will offer significant savings in fuel consumption

What is thought to be the smallest SES (Surface Effect Ship) workboat is being built in Denmark for operations on wind farms. With a length of just 15.8 metres, this new SES is being built for operators Wind Partner who plan to charter the boat out to operators.

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