Tag / Safe Transfer Boat
Press releases • Sep 20, 2018 10:00 CEST
A shared crew: Good cooperation between ESVAGT and its customer maximises uptime and increases operating efficiency in offshore wind farms.
Press releases • Sep 13, 2018 12:30 CEST
Safe Transfer Boats (STB) are central to ESVAGT’s SOV concept for efficient operations in offshore wind farms. The STB12 is approved for entering a harbour, reducing expenditure on Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) to a minimum.
Press releases • Jun 14, 2018 10:15 CEST
For Aart Bark, Regional Service Director at MHI Vestas, teaming up with ESVAGT in the Belwind1 and Nobelwind Parks is more than just engaging a service provider.
Press releases • Dec 07, 2017 09:23 CET
One of the big game changers in ESVAGT’s Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept for offshore wind farms has been ESVAGT’s unique Safe Transfer Boats (STB), which are used for transferring turbine technicians safely from the mother ship to the turbines.
Press releases • Dec 01, 2017 07:30 CET
Company executives gather today at Port of Oostende to christen the ‘Esvagt Mercator’; as the ship readies to support more than 100 offshore wind turbines in Belgian waters.
Press releases • Aug 24, 2017 13:30 CEST
A new ESVAGT Service Operation Vessel will support MHI Vestas Offshore Wind in its Deutsche Bucht Wind Farm project. The 15-year contract demonstrates a strong and collaborative relationship.
Press releases • Jun 06, 2017 06:05 CEST
Optimising operations of existing offshore wind farms and more precise calculations for new projects are the driving forces behind ESVAGT’s implementation of the MAINTSYS O&M simulation programme from Shoreline.
Press releases • Jun 02, 2017 08:05 CEST
ESVAGT has been very successful with its Safe Transfer Boats (STB). The next STB12 for MHI Vestas’ SOV is on the way. All the experience gained from working at the offshore wind farms, Butendiek and Baltic II, will be taken on board.
Press releases • Jun 01, 2017 07:55 CEST
ESVAGT's Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept for offshore wind farms has proven to be even stronger than originally anticipated. Efficient operations open for new opportunities.
Press releases • Apr 25, 2017 09:00 CEST
“Whether the job is rescuing people in high seas or sailing wind technicians safely around an offshore wind farm, the skills of those on board the vessels are critical for ESVAGT's success. That is why we are mapping and developing the competences on board our vessels”, says Steffen Rudbech Nielsen, Head of Ship Management, Operations.